Dear Family, Why I wanted to work at Giant Tiger?

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Dear Family,

Believe it or not I didn’t choose to get Autism + concussion. It was an accident largely contributed to by long hair and appeasing my negligent manager who was too hard on me! Jennifer Boutilier pushed me unreasonably hard without reasonable flexibility for my disability. However, some of the readings may wonder why I wanted to work at Giant Tiger?

It is not just as simple as I wanted a paycheck. It was more than that. I liked my experience doing a placement at Giant Tiger earlier in my Youth Job Connection program with Ron Hunter as my Employment counsellor. I also wanted to help out and be essential during the Coronavirus pandemic.

My current shape:

I am no longer in fit mental or physical shape. There is nothing a hospital can really do for me at this time and no magical medication. As a result I need to control my treatment entirely. I don’t need any family feedback whatsoever. That is just a fact of life at this point. Having my mother Kimberly Richardson tell me in the preachy way that I need medication and hospitalization is out of line and irrelevant. I can’t get the help I need in the midst of a Pandemic. If the bitch left her house once in a while she would realize this! Same with Pat Deroy and everyone else. There is no miracle hospital fix. There is only CBD and waiting this Pandemic out. Get over what you think and let me dictate this treatment.

Dear Giant Tiger & Kingston Herald Jennifer Boutilier’s name is my Copyright property.

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Tell Jen to stop stealing from me and censor her name in Marketing and Public Relations Materials. Contact: mgrstore245@gianttiger.com ; check out her Linkedin

By using her name in articles, creative works and not paying me. You are stealing Copyrighted works that I own by Moral Authority. I demand either a payment or you to formally ask for permission. I am very upset about you interfering with my Digital Marketing Business and the Autism Revolution.

Contact: the Kingston Herald and tell them to censor her name until getting permission from Autism Revolution.