Sometimes we all feel the need to bend the rules. Me less then others, because I like to be appropriate, but I try to sympathize with those who have weaker minds.
Those who for example become possessed by celebrities. Celebrities are people to me. I don't care who you are how much money you have or what you do. Celebrities only have power because people give them power. In the eyes of God and the Universe he does not look at celebrities in a more favorable way, so in being in alignment with God I refuse to do so myself.
I think it's an abomination to God to praise people. Many celebrities have the gift of talent. I acknowledge this talents and appreciate their contribution to our culture but they are simply human.
A female McDonald's employee decided to go against strict company policy and let NFL Vikings player Adrian Peterson use the bathroom after the restaurant was closed. This is a big no-no. I've worked in cash handling jobs and it's very dangerous to open up a restaurant after hours.
She was 99% sure that nothing would happen. But because she couldn't possibly be 100% sure the decision by McDonald's to fire her was appropriate. Anything could have happened. What if someone who was watching the store decided to try to force entry inot the store also when she opened the door?
It sounds far fetch but when you work for a company and the company has a policy you must abide by it. When you are dealing with other people's money you don't take chances.
After all it's not as if NFL players have stiller reputations. You can't pick and chose.
McDonald's subsequently decided to give her her job back after the media coverage, which in my opinion is inappropriate. Especially an employee that states:
Well as I said she got her career back and hopefully an autograph from Adrian Peterson, lol doubt it!"He's a public figure... I know him better than some of the maintenance people that come in and out," she told The Consumerist. "I never thought in a million years that that decision was going to cost me my career."