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Quit complaining about how bad your job is

Discussion in 'Other Off Topic Forum' started by normhuff, Feb 20, 2004.

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  1. normhuff

    normhuff Formula Junior

    Dec 14, 2003
    Peoria, IL
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    J. Norman Huff, Esq.
  2. TSMIV

    TSMIV Formula Junior

    Jan 27, 2004
    Columbus, MS
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    Robert Goodman
    True enough!

    Norm I am surprised. You got not one, but two photos of me. The B&W was of me and Kip at my first after school job in high school. (I am the skinny one.) And then the last one is of the job I had after that. (I am the bald one. Hey if you had to share an office with Kip, you would pull your hair out too.)
  3. writerguy

    writerguy F1 Veteran

    Sep 30, 2003
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    That last one made me all woozy.......
  4. detailman

    detailman Formula Junior

    May 26, 2002
    Indiana & South Caro
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    What exactly is that last one? The guy with the target is funny as hell.
  5. MY355

    MY355 Formula Junior

    Feb 4, 2004
    NYC and AZ
    I printed All of them to give to all of my staff in the office this week.
    LOL :)
  6. tvrfreak

    tvrfreak F1 Rookie

    Mar 31, 2003
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    F K
    That pic with all the computers...fourth person up from the bottom left answers Dell's tech support line, your mortgage questions, and your warranty return RMA requests for HP printers.

    Next guy up is the who misfiled your taxes. And 2 over from him is the guy who turned over your car loan to a collection agency because you hung up on him.

    Behind him is the person tracking your grocery purchases and deciding you need yoghurt and cereal coupons popping up on your computer screen while you surf the web, and showing up in your mailbox, and scattered on your front doorstep, and cluttering up your email inbox.

    Next to him is the guy who will make calls to your home and cell phone during dinner. He will read a script designed to sound like a public service announcements to get around the no-call list.

    What you don't see are the "code-blue" team members who specialize in refusing health-care claims and, working closely with the major credit card companies, bill you for things you never ordered.

    Now you know...
  7. ghost

    ghost F1 World Champ
    Lifetime Rossa

    Dec 10, 2003
    Touche. :D
  8. bluekawala

    bluekawala Formula Junior

    Jan 22, 2004
    Ormond Beach, FL
    I'm not afraid of heights or anything, but boy am I glad the last one isn't what I have get up to everyday.
    I don't think I could live... sorry work in a cubicle or massive computer filled room like the second to last pic. Even for lots of money I would have to draw the line and say 'sorry fellas, but there's more to life then this'
  9. spidr

    spidr Formula Junior

    Nov 13, 2003
    Once you hear what those guys 1800 feet in the air get for hourly pay your fear of heights will misteriously disappear.

    Is that a little bird watching them near the bottom of the pic? And who is taking that pic anyhow?

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