Another day, another crappy Supreme Court decision. This time they ruled against a plaintiff who sued Amazon's warehouse for not paying its workers for time spent in security lines after shift ends. These checklines can take almost half an hour and are mandatory.

Anyone wanna bet on whether every company starts adding more shit to the list of stuff done before or after shifts? And telling workers to suck it up and be grateful for their ever-dwindling paycheck?

Oh and the decision? Authored by everyone's favorite sour lemon - Justice Thomas based on laws from 1947 and 1951.