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Old 11-12-2021, 01:59 PM   #2401
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I got an extra hour of drinking in bc of it.

Bed times 3 am on Saturdays bc Im a big boy.
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Old 11-22-2021, 02:12 PM   #2402
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When you have to change a password, and you keep forgetting you have a new one, and constantly get incorrect password error message. With all the passwords nowadays, it's about impossible to keep track.
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Old 11-24-2021, 06:54 AM   #2403
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Being at work at 3:30 this morning.

Night shift wanted to leave early, their normal schedule is 2-10:30 and ours is 5:30 to 2. So the building super offered to let them come in at noon, and we can leave at noon if we come in 2 hours early, which is why I'm here at 3:30 this morning.

I'm only here because everybody else decided to come in early and I don't want to be here from noon to 2 while the rest of my coworkers get to leave early. But this is the 3rd time I've been here at 3:30 and it sucks (first two times were OT a couple weeks ago).
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Old 11-24-2021, 07:34 AM   #2404
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Being at work at 3:30 this morning.

Night shift wanted to leave early, their normal schedule is 2-10:30 and ours is 5:30 to 2. So the building super offered to let them come in at noon, and we can leave at noon if we come in 2 hours early, which is why I'm here at 3:30 this morning.

I'm only here because everybody else decided to come in early and I don't want to be here from noon to 2 while the rest of my coworkers get to leave early. But this is the 3rd time I've been here at 3:30 and it sucks (first two times were OT a couple weeks ago).
Yeah man I worked night shift for a summer in college…that was one thing I’ll never want to do again. We arent nocturnal.
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Old 11-24-2021, 09:03 AM   #2405
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Being at work at 3:30 this morning.

Night shift wanted to leave early, their normal schedule is 2-10:30 and ours is 5:30 to 2. So the building super offered to let them come in at noon, and we can leave at noon if we come in 2 hours early, which is why I'm here at 3:30 this morning.

I'm only here because everybody else decided to come in early and I don't want to be here from noon to 2 while the rest of my coworkers get to leave early. But this is the 3rd time I've been here at 3:30 and it sucks (first two times were OT a couple weeks ago).
Doing it once in a while is a pain. I did it with different variations of times for 17 of my 31 years at the Warehouse. All were a Tue -Sat shift but 12am-8am, 10pm-6-am and the one that sucked the most was 4am to 12 noon . I worked an hour away from the Warehouse and would usually work a double on Friday into Sat .(OT)
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Old 11-24-2021, 09:04 AM   #2406
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Yeah man I worked night shift for a summer in college…that was one thing I’ll never want to do again. We arent nocturnal.
trump university let you work at night?
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Old 11-24-2021, 09:42 AM   #2407
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Yeah man I worked night shift for a summer in college…that was one thing I’ll never want to do again. We arent nocturnal.
Shit night shift is easy - sleep all day, be at work at 10 pm at night, work until 6 am or 8 or whenever if your work isn't finished (I worked overnight in retail way back in 07 straight outta high school).

I've worked shifts at all hours of the day, 4 am to noon, 7:30-4, 10-6, noon to 8, 10 pm to 6 am, 5:30 to 2 at my current gig, 2-1030 pm when I first started at the county. By far the worst is being up at 2:30 in the morning to work 3:30 to noon (it's the night owl in me, I'm still going to bed at 10-11 for my 5:30 shift). I hate it. And they're offering OT all next week because we're backed up but if I want it I gotta do the 3:30 thing again.
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Old 11-24-2021, 10:24 AM   #2408
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Shit night shift is easy - sleep all day, be at work at 10 pm at night, work until 6 am or 8 or whenever if your work isn't finished (I worked overnight in retail way back in 07 straight outta high school).

I've worked shifts at all hours of the day, 4 am to noon, 7:30-4, 10-6, noon to 8, 10 pm to 6 am, 5:30 to 2 at my current gig, 2-1030 pm when I first started at the county. By far the worst is being up at 2:30 in the morning to work 3:30 to noon (it's the night owl in me, I'm still going to bed at 10-11 for my 5:30 shift). I hate it. And they're offering OT all next week because we're backed up but if I want it I gotta do the 3:30 thing again.
Once I move, I'm going to be working 11am thru 730 pm because of the time difference for our actual office out here. That's gonna be real weird. I've basically worked 830-5 since finishing school at Trump University in 2007. Gonna need to be real productive in the mornings for errands and stuff. Won't have any excuse to not work out.
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Once I move, I'm going to be working 11am thru 730 pm because of the time difference for our actual office out here. That's gonna be real weird. I've basically worked 830-5 since finishing school at Trump University in 2007. Gonna need to be real productive in the mornings for errands and stuff. Won't have any excuse to not work out.
LOL, we know you're lying, no one finished at trump university!
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Once I move, I'm going to be working 11am thru 730 pm because of the time difference for our actual office out here. That's gonna be real weird. I've basically worked 830-5 since finishing school at Trump University in 2007. Gonna need to be real productive in the mornings for errands and stuff. Won't have any excuse to not work out.
The 11-730 shift sucks fyi.

Ask me how I know - since I joined the county I've worked 2-1030pm, 5:30 to 2pm, 10-630pm, and 11-730pm. 11-730 is good for sleep, bad for anything else like getting things done when you're not at work.

Also not sure if the Trump U thing is real or not but if it is that explains a lot.
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Old 11-24-2021, 04:31 PM   #2411
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The 11-730 shift sucks fyi.

Ask me how I know - since I joined the county I've worked 2-1030pm, 5:30 to 2pm, 10-630pm, and 11-730pm. 11-730 is good for sleep, bad for anything else like getting things done when you're not at work.

Also not sure if the Trump U thing is real or not but if it is that explains a lot.
It's not, I was just kidding around because G1 mentioned it in a previous post to someone else. But this sounds like an insult. Ouch, I'm not thankful for that lol.
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Old 11-24-2021, 06:13 PM   #2412
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It's not, I was just kidding around because G1 mentioned it in a previous post to someone else. But this sounds like an insult. Ouch, I'm not thankful for that lol.


I kid, you're not as unreasonable with your takes as other people.

Really enjoyed the work you were putting in cooling down the politics forum.
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Old 12-03-2021, 12:14 PM   #2413
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When you wake up and think it's Saturday. Once reality sets in, that's a sad few seconds.
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When you wake up and think it's Saturday. Once reality sets in, that's a sad few seconds.
I feel like Saturdays can feel like another workday as I get older. Usually around 3-4 o’clock on Saturday I get excited because I knocked out kid activities and/or chores around the house. I usually average my first drink of the day around 4:15ish and start to relax
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When you put the paper toilet cover seat on the toilet seat then it starts to sink into the toilet bowl and you have to hurry up and get your ass cheeks on there before it goes all the way in.
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