Category Archives: Work

Flipping the Bitch Switch

Currently listening to Game four and the score is tied at one apiece. Yesterday was not a great day at work. Normally, I love my job. Normally, I can get along with all of my co-workers. Normally, things are fine. … Continue reading

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In All Fairness

Today was interesting, to say the very least. I was the opener today, which meant that I had to do the steel walk this morning. Luckily, since the steel walk is a lot longer than even the temperature walks, I … Continue reading

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Here’s Your Sign Redux

Retail and food service in a frigging nutshell. Trust me on that. We’ve had some storms move through our area; Prime and I are fine but it look me multiple tries to fix the internet and get it and the … Continue reading

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Oh Hall Yea(H)

I really wish I was at San Diego Comic-Con right now. It appears that on Friday night from 17:00 to 18:00, in Hall H–yes, that Hall H where Loki made a surprise appearance–there will be a panel for the Bumblebee … Continue reading

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Namaste In Bed

Ever had one of “those” days? You know the type: the idea of getting up and getting out of bed doesn’t just not appeal, it seems downright awful, like it’s the worst idea you’ve ever had. I’m sure everyone has … Continue reading

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About Time

Yeah, I know; that’s not a mature response to anything. But in this case, it fits perfectly. Several days ago, I ran into an old co-worker of mine. She worked at the same Wal-Mart where I was first hired but … Continue reading

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The Load

That’s quite the load. Impressive. At least it’s not manure. Yesterday, Wiesia went home at 1700; she was having trouble with her knee. When I got in today, we had a pair of Front Enders at the doors. Mary was … Continue reading

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