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Happiness Defined

This is what happens when a cartoonist gets fired because they draw gay characters.

And the cartoonist has to make the same decision every time.

This is the first time I’ve ever heard of this happening in a cartoon.

It’s an important and sometimes painful decision, especially when a creator wants to do something bold and new with their characters.

Here are some tips and strategies for how to keep it from happening to you.

1.

Understand your workplace culture and how to navigate it if you’re fired.

If you’re in a job where you’re under the supervision of someone who hates you and wants to make you feel like shit, you need to take the advice above seriously.

If that person isn’t a co-worker, a friend, or a coowner, it’s time to step away.

That person doesn’t really like you and will never like you.

2.

Know when you should quit and when you need a job.

If it’s the first day of your job, then you can quit right away.

If there’s another day to go, then quit immediately.

You should quit immediately if you don’t like the way you’re being treated.

You shouldn’t wait until the next day to quit.

If your boss is very aggressive and demands you work even harder than usual, you might have to give up the job.

You might also have to resign from your position if your boss doesn’t like you anymore.

If the company doesn’t give you a severance package, you’re going to have to find another job.

3.

Learn your rights.

This might seem like an obvious thing, but if you want to make a living in the entertainment industry, you have to be able to negotiate.

Learn the terms of employment, which can be really helpful for artists who aren’t in a position to negotiate, and take advantage of those.

Make a list of your demands and make sure you know what you want in return.

The first thing you’ll want is a severing package, which you should be able in theory to negotiate with your boss.

You can also negotiate for a severances package through your union.

4.

Understand the law.

Even if you get a severings package, your employer has to pay for it.

This isn’t an excuse to go on strike, but it’s important to understand what the law says about this.

In the United States, the law is called the Hatch Act.

The law states that employers must give severance packages to employees who are laid off for health reasons or because they quit their job.

The severance doesn’t have to come from the company, but must be paid to an employee’s spouse or child.

If an employer doesn’t pay for a full severance, the employee has to work for another company.

If they have to work with someone else, the person can also get a partial severance.

5.

Think about what you really want in your job.

Do you want a job that gives you a salary and health insurance?

Do you really need to make up for lost revenue and work overtime?

Do your co-workers like you?

Do they like how you draw your cartoons?

Do people hate your cartoons or cartoons you make?

What if you lose your job because of the cartoons you draw?

It’s important that you know these questions before you make a decision.

6.

Make sure you’re flexible.

If a severations package doesn’t happen immediately, your best option is to look at other jobs.

You don’t have the luxury of being fired and not having a severancing package to deal with.

If something happens, you’ll need to find a new job.

It can be a tough choice.

7.

If anything goes wrong, try to get a new severance plan.

If someone starts calling you every day about a severation package, there’s a good chance you won’t be able go through with it.

If this happens, get a letter from the union, explain your case, and negotiate a new one.

8.

If all else fails, call the HR department.

That way, they’ll know what’s going on and they can help you with your severance payment.

9.

You may have to wait for months to see if the severance is paid.

If things don’t work out with your employer, you may have a few weeks to find work elsewhere.

But if you can’t find another position, it might be a good idea to get your severances from another company so you can negotiate the new severances plan.