Hello, Iīm Carolina. I donīt understand the meaning of the phrase "Iīm all for it" I had written before asking the same and I received an answer, but I need another explanation. Below I wrote something in which is included the phrase, also Iīd like to know the meaning of the word Screw into this sentence
Iīm all for it! The more people can screw out of big companies the better! I wish a waiter would spill coffee on me!
Note: It is part of a chapter called "Compensation Culture", it is one of the chapters included in the book called " Taboos and Issues" by the way, I donīt understand the meaning of the word culture in the title, because the word Compensation is good enough to explain the content, isnīt it?
Thanks in advance
It means that the person is very much in favour of getting money out of corporations by suing them. If you screw someone for money, you get money out of them by force or, as here, by dubious methods- the cup of coffee reference is the famous 'Stella' case, where a woman sued MacDondal's after she burned herself with their coffee and won a considerable sum of money.
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