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Old 05-02-2009, 05:28 PM   #136
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I never knew about this, Cathy. I'm really sorry.
She pulled out in front of a car. She couldn't see around this big rig that was parked on the shoulder (I think) and pulled out anyway. Can't believe it will be 5 years in June.
 
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Sleep, coffee, more coffee, work, work, sleep, coffee, more coffee, work...

My life as of late in a nutshell. And that's a 40-hour work week for me. Time management is lacking here.
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Sleep, coffee, more coffee, work, work, sleep, coffee, more coffee, work...

My life as of late in a nutshell. And that's a 40-hour work week for me. Time management is lacking here.
I know the routine well! I worked graveyard shift for almost 12 years.
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I know the routine well! I worked graveyard shift for almost 12 years.

Where do you work, if you don't mind me asking?
 
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She pulled out in front of a car. She couldn't see around this big rig that was parked on the shoulder (I think) and pulled out anyway. Can't believe it will be 5 years in June.

That's horrible!
I'm so sorry, Cathy.
 
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I'm actually unemployed at the moment but I worked graveyard shift at two different gas stations. Six and a half years at one station and five years at the other one.
 
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I'm actually unemployed at the moment but I worked graveyard shift at two different gas stations. Six and a half years at one station and five years at the other one.

Whoa, that's tough... seems like so many people are out of work right now. I hope you find something you like. Just out of curiosity (again ), where would you like to work if you could choose anywhere you wanted?
 
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Whoa, that's tough... seems like so many people are out of work right now. I hope you find something you like. Just out of curiosity (again ), where would you like to work if you could choose anywhere you wanted?
Well to be honest I'd like to take a break from customer service. Eleven and a half years of dealing face to face with people is really wearing! But I have a bad disc in my back so I can't do heavy lifting either. I would probably enjoy a job where I could sit in front of a computer all day.
 
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My grandma died 9 years ago tonight of Lou Gehrig's disease. She was only 59.
I lost my grandpa to that same horrible disease in 2002. He was 84.
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I lost my grandpa to that same horrible disease in 2002. He was 84.

Ugh, geez Brent and Monika... I'm really sorry to hear this. Makes me very sad to hear when people die of certian diseases and no one knows what causes some people to get them.

 
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Well to be honest I'd like to take a break from customer service. Eleven and a half years of dealing face to face with people is really wearing! But I have a bad disc in my back so I can't do heavy lifting either. I would probably enjoy a job where I could sit in front of a computer all day.

I only worked in customer service for a few months, and it made me wanna rip my hair out. I hope you find something you like, Marv.
 
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Ugh, geez Brent and Monika... I'm really sorry to hear this. Makes me very sad to hear when people die of certian diseases and no one knows what causes some people to get them.

Thank you, Mattie.
 
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I only worked in customer service for a few months, and it made me wanna rip my hair out. I hope you find something you like, Marv.
I can relate!!
 
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Thanks Mattie!
 
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