Other thesps, including Schweiger, punch the clock
When it's time to punch the clock
and leave Ruthie B's he lets everyone know by playing "Goodnight Sweetheart (It's Time To Go).
These folks have paid their dues, seen this industry go through turmoil more times than I am sure they care to remember, yet seem to have some need to just keep jumping into the fire; now's the time to punch the clock
for the last time and head for greener pastures.
Times are tight at Monsters, Inc, the fright factory where its blue collar scarers and their assistants punch the clock
, slipping through inter-dimensional portals (that's closet doors) to do their thing to their designated toddlers.
The list, which was released in conjunction with PARADE magazine's annual "What People Earn" issue, paints a vivid picture of what exactly makes a hardworking town: one where the citizens punch the clock
longer, and work harder, than anyone else.
He based his decision on a federal law called the Portal-to-Portal Act, which specifically exempts employers from paying for pre- and post-work activities such as waiting to pick up protective gear or waiting in line to punch the clock