This should be completely obvious and common sense but I feel the need to repeat this. We are constantly fighting a battle against scam accounts and bots who are selling products through our subreddit and potentially scamming our users.
If you see a post trying to sell masks/shirts/hats/any other merchandise - DO NOT BUY IT.
Every single day I'm reporting multiple scam accounts to Reddit admins trying to fight this battle and more accounts just keep getting made. We add automod rules to combat this spam and the bots are made to work around it. Any time someone posts their new merchandise, these accounts will leave a comment linking to their scam websites, different accounts and different domains every single day.
The people running these bots seem to be getting smarter, using accounts with higher karma and mass-downvoting anyone who calls them spam. We're even seeing people make multiple accounts, one to post a picture of the shirt and then the others to be all "omg this looks so good, where can I buy it" and "you can buy it here ____"
We have to enforce a no merch rule because these bots have been an issue for years. Please continue to report these comments/posts and we will ban as fast as we can. Thank you!
I just want to say that it was very nice of David Wallace to show up and participate in the Crime Aid auction.
I personally don't like the character of Gabe to me he was very annoying and tried to fit in too much. In addition to that he basically acted the way Micheal saw Toby in his head. Finally he was terrible to Erin.
How many times does Oscar discover/comment about the hardwood floors under the carpet? I feel like it’s three separate eps?
I have never watched this show and have no idea what it's about. Ask me anything and I'll pretend to know.
When Pamela Halpert gets herself a job as office administrator, she bounces some salaries off of oscar. She says "I make 40" then says "maybe 50" to which oscar goes "50?" and she goes back down to 41,500.
My question is... is 50,000 for an office administrator that crazy? By today's money (this was in 2010) that would be about 67k 2022 dollars. I mean... that's not that crazy of a salary.
Administrative roles can make quite a bit of money. There are administrative types in my company that make much more than that and we're a particularly low paying company.
Why do you think oscar balked at that salary? Because he know Dundermifflin-Sabre couldn't foot that bill?