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  1. Mrs. SLB's surgery center is closing in two weeks so she has been interviewing for a new part time job. The place she wanted to go, about 5 miles from the house, only had full time positions. Then she interviewed at her second choice. She calls me disappointed, no job offer. But wait, there's more! Mrs. SLB: Good news! Listen to this VM from the boss at my second choice. Me: Listening, "Hot, dirty, naked nurse boss voice (I'm assuming): Hi Mrs. SLB! You left and I didn't even offer you the job! I can't believe I did that! Please know, I want you to work here! Pl
    8 points
  2. Not to change the subject but my niece and her husband (and kid) are moving this weekend. This is like the 4th or 5th time I've helped her move in the last 10 years. I didn't find out until yesterday that she is going to need help. Her husband has to work all day Saturday AND her father (my brother) is coming back from Hawaii in the AM so I'm pretty sure he won't be there. If my son and I don't help she'll be screwed. Buncha horse ####.
    7 points
  3. Yea but if you win it, you might end up in rehab
    6 points
  4. just met with the "director of architecture" (ie: the other architect left... but also the guy who runs that side of things- but as an employee). he was out of the office for the official laying off, but made a point of apologizing to me because he had wanted to be here for it- both for the sake of the other architect and for me. told me that earlier in the week the office manager said because of lack of billing, one of us had to go- and he said they couldn't afford to lose me, so had to be the other guy (who is more junior than me). I thanked him, but also expressed my nervousness... he
    4 points
  5. Just learned that there is a kid in my nephew's kindergarten class named "Yexel." Yes, that's Lexey backwards.
    4 points
  6. Disagree. I think you need to tell her because God forbid the situation changes. If it does and you didn't let her know, that could be...problematic. I would certainly emphasize the good parts, but I still think informing her is a "better safe than sorry" thing, at a minimum.
    2 points
  7. A certain female person I know has been helping a couple of ontripanoors open up a brand new restaurant since July. She is now managing it. But for the first month that she was busting her ### for them they didn't even have payroll set up. They told her they would cut her a check (*cough*payhercash *cough*) and all she had to do was come up with a number. They didn't even ask to see her math or whatever. So she estimated how many hours she'd put in etc etc and comes up with an amount. Let's just say it was $4000 for the sake of discussion. I tell her "ask for $4500...you've been k
    2 points
  8. Telling you, could have been 15-20% easy. Possibly even higher. Part time so no benefits or guaranteed hours.
    2 points
  9. Rolled this gag out with Hazel once and she kicked me in the knee. End of that joke.
    2 points
  10. 2 points
  11. "relentless and lawless assault on Cam Newton's head"?
    1 point
  12. Looks like he's running in mud compared to Anderson, oof
    1 point
  13. for the first time since floppinha was born (she's 5), the wife is going back to work- full-time freelance with an old consulting gig. I have been scraping by for a long time... this could be a game-charger
    1 point
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