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Thought an hour style part 1

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

9: late start today, nasty headache on waking. Not sure why. Thought I’d sleep another hour, slept right through that second alarm for an extra hour on top. Got to work at 9, rather than the 7 I’ve been doing. Had to park in the other parking lot, the horror!

10: One way to wake up: Chile Limon Dinamita doritos…spicy! Eating them with chopsticks, since, um, I have a pair available. Makes for a challenge, and also limits how many I’m gonna eat (4), since it’s a pain to be able to grab those rolled tortilla chips out of the bag. Last week, I did this with Whoppers. That was fun.
if you’re wondering what the heck I’m talking about when I say “rolled tortilla chips”. The review is pretty negative, but I’m a fan of this item, in controlled doses.

11: On hold with tech support. I think I prefer generic elevator muzak to this relentlessly cheery hype job (advertisement) for the hospital group I’m working for. “On hold” and “happy” are mutually exclusive concepts.

12: Need lunch. Oddly feel guilty for stepping out to grab something a mere three hours after arriving. Thinking back to previous employment, where I routinely used to arrive 9ish, and eat at 1130ish. Never felt guilty then. Well, almost never.

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CLPURNELL 3/27/2013 6:15AM

    lol some days i would roll in at 10:30.... I am not an early bird. 3 hours to lunch is about average so not so. bad. i also have took to eating chips and the likes with chop sticks. it forces you to eat slower and your fingers don't get messy.

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MARTY728 3/26/2013 5:32PM


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KING_SLAYER 3/26/2013 5:13PM

    Dude, if you can roll into work 2 hours later than you usually arrive and no one breaks your balls, you have a good job! Don't sweat taking off after 3 hours to get some food, they obviously don't care that you didn't show up until 9, I doubt they'll care that you're breaking for lunch at noon!

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