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Old 07-28-2010, 02:39 PM   #121
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I like these two responses as well.

Anyone who replies to all should be immediately terminated.

Including myself...


You people are alleged to be intelligent XXXXX employees, and yet you continue to act like you didn’t have the brains God gave a pissant. Do not reply to these e-mails. Just delete them and go about your business instead of clogging up the mail server with this nonsense!!!!
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Old 07-28-2010, 02:41 PM   #122
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So every few months are so some dummy hits reply all in their email and it goes to the entire company 10k plus people...then of course a whole bunch of folks have to reply all back to say they should have not got the original email. Insanity ensues.

Well it happen today and her is what one lady wrote back to the entire company, hope she has a good resume.

All of you are a bunch of idiots!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I wouldn’t reply all, but had to get this to those of you who reply all without thinking that it could be a mistake, and therefore should not reply to all. IDIOTS!!!!
Oh man we've that same exact thing! It goes on for days sometimes too. I came back from a few days off once when one of these fiascos went down, I had 500 new emails.

And yeah, I've seen similar responses like that.
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Old 07-28-2010, 04:05 PM   #123
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Yeah I had to do something similar once. It was a dress up day in the office and I totally forgot, so I had to run to Target to buy a dress shirt and a cheap tie. And in the end the client didn't show, so it was all for not.

It's kinda dumb that we have to dress up at all, since whenever a client comes in they're normally shacked up in one of the conference rooms all day and we rarely see them. But you've gotta play the game I guess.
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Old 08-09-2010, 10:50 AM   #124
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So in the past I have complained about the soccer mom population here at my office and in particular the worst one who sits right next to me.

This morning she comes in goes around telling folks this story (see below), she is very mean perso nand is basically disliked by all in the office.

Employee next to me oldest daughter wanted a snack last night and she told her no that she is fat and her ass is bigger than her head (the girl is 6 and not fat). So the little girl went to her room and cried for an hour. Her husband told her it was child abuse but she thought it was funny. When the girl came back down MIPR asked if she wanted the snack and the little girl said no because she is fat.


Once a couple of the soccer mom's got wind of this story the civil war was on, they bitched her left and right. she and two of the other moms were sent home to cool off.

Oh the drama! I want to say something but I have all ready been pulled in to my boss's office because of her.
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^^^ Wow, that story seems just wrong, but worse is that she is telling it in the workplace. Who goes around bragging that they made their little girl cry?
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^^^ Wow, that story seems just wrong, but worse is that she is telling it in the workplace. Who goes around bragging that they made their little girl cry?

She is from the Ukraine, to give you an idea of her voice. She is wrong on many levels but folks walk on egg shells around her because she will report you to HR in a flash yet she goes around bullying everyone.

We all said the same as you CR, imagine what she does that she doesn't tell us to her daughters.

I always say their home life must be like Flowers in the Attic.
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Old 08-09-2010, 12:09 PM   #127
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So in the past I have complained about the soccer mom population here at my office and in particular the worst one who sits right next to me.

This morning she comes in goes around telling folks this story (see below), she is very mean perso nand is basically disliked by all in the office.

Employee next to me oldest daughter wanted a snack last night and she told her no that she is fat and her ass is bigger than her head (the girl is 6 and not fat). So the little girl went to her room and cried for an hour. Her husband told her it was child abuse but she thought it was funny. When the girl came back down MIPR asked if she wanted the snack and the little girl said no because she is fat.


Once a couple of the soccer mom's got wind of this story the civil war was on, they bitched her left and right. she and two of the other moms were sent home to cool off.

Oh the drama! I want to say something but I have all ready been pulled in to my boss's office because of her.
You work with Michelle Obama? Op's, I forgot she is on that 60 room vacation so you must be talking about someone else calling her kids fat.
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You work with Michelle Obama? Op's, I forgot she is on that 60 room vacation so you must be talking about someone else calling her kids fat.
Huh??? geez FD, that's just a left field comment for this thread, even for you.
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Huh??? geez FD, that's just a left field comment for this thread, even for you.
No Michelle Obama called her kids fat when she started her campaign to reduce child obesity.
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No Michelle Obama called her kids fat when she started her campaign to reduce child obesity.
So, I hadn't heard this, and googled the basics. Seems like you oversimplified what happened. It's a bit different to discuss, past tense, what happened and how it was handled, to open a public discussion, and coming in telling how you made your daughter cry by calling her fat. I would think you could see that as well.

Here is the link of the account I read, but really it was not worth comparing the two.
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My workplace gripe of the day, the woman next to me eats and drinks all day, loudly too. Like a cow. She also does this weird thing where she swishes water around in her mouth like mouthwash, at least that's what it sounds like. I have no idea WTF is going on over there. Someone just please shoot me.
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So, I hadn't heard this, and googled the basics. Seems like you oversimplified what happened. It's a bit different to discuss, past tense, what happened and how it was handled, to open a public discussion, and coming in telling how you made your daughter cry by calling her fat. I would think you could see that as well.

Here is the link of the account I read, but really it was not worth comparing the two.
I know but I had to figure out how I could work into the thread how she is on this big vacation thats costing the tax payers a ton of money we don't have.
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I know but I had to figure out how I could work into the thread how she is on this big vacation thats costing the tax payers a ton of money we don't have.
Because doing that had value in some way right? I am tired of the politics of some around here. Please stop injecting it where it isn't needed nor appropriate. That would be appreciated. Thanks. At least if you're going to do it make it somewhat funny, interesting, ironic, etc...something.
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Old 08-09-2010, 05:41 PM   #134
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My workplace gripe of the day, the woman next to me eats and drinks all day, loudly too. Like a cow. She also does this weird thing where she swishes water around in her mouth like mouthwash, at least that's what it sounds like. I have no idea WTF is going on over there. Someone just please shoot me.
Thats funny. I own my office and when we built the office I put the bathroom and storage room in the back. Figured that would give the most private area for the bathroom. Boy was I wrong. It seems everytime I go back to let one rip everyone in the office needs something from the storage room or to pull a file. I mean they can go all day without needing anything but the minute I walk back there its like they decide to have an office party right outside of the bath room door. I have even moved the fax machine and copier to the front of the office and that did not even help.
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Haha, firstdown owns the office and can't get any privacy to take a doogan. I'm laughing at you right now buddy.

When I used to work in an office my gripe was everything about the actual office itself: crappy florescent lighting, ugly dull colors, shitty artwork, no natural light, no plants, peeling paint, etc. Walking into that place made me sick.
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