I happen to be chronically ill, since i was about 17. Last time i visited my specialist, and i complained about being SO tired all the time and that it depressed me, he told me, i should view my disease and myself differently. He said: "Having Crohns disease, is like being an athlete, it's top sport for the body to deal with it, it's natural for you to be so tired,...it's the... Read More »
This one doesn't appeal to me anymore. GET IT?
I work for an attorney's office. I have, sorry had, an absolute ass hole of a client. I told the guy that he should take the deal offered to him. He believed that he could beat it. F'ng moron lost without much of a trial. He wanted me to appeal and I told him we couldn't yet. He got pissed and fired me. Anyway, I told my boss what happened, and he said that i might have to appeal on the asshole's behalf. I knew I was right. There was no issue and the appeal couldn't be filed yet. But my boss said that I had to read a specific case to find the correct rule. I looked at him and said you obviously know the answer, tell me. He refused, snickering every time he walked by my office. He even printed out the case for me to read. I read the damn thing three times and not only didn't it answer the question, it didn't have anything to do with the question. I spent nearly 4 hours researching the fucking thing. I was supposed to skip out early and go golfing with another client (actually approved by my bosses). He and my other boss finally came in at about a quarter to 5 and told me that they had printed off the wrong case for me. Not only did they give me the right case, and the answer was exactly what I told my asshole of a client, but the client was in on it. He didn't fire my firm and he didn't fire me. He doesn't even want to appeal. I am looking for a new job in the morning.
Anonymous I |
Several years ago I worked with a overnight delivery company. It wasn't unusual to run into all sorts of dogs when you made a delivery (including nasty ones.) One day, I walked up to a lady's house where the front door was open. As soon as I rang the bell, I heard the jingle of dog tags & realized I was too far away from the vehicle to get back there in time, so I braced myself.... Read More » of the door run 4 GREAT DANES, who start to circle me & are growling. The lady comes out, signs for the package, & walks back in the house, leaving her pack circling me, snapping at me & growling. I yell out "Ma'am, would you please come get your dogs", to which she replies "Oh, they won't hurt you." It was about this time they got more aggressive & nipped at my legs. Finally after yelling at her that her dogs were starting to bite me, she comes out, tells to dogs to go inside, looks at me & says "Oh you poor frightened boy...you're just not a dog person are you?" Needless to say, anytime someones front door was open after that, I just honked the horn.
Dieter Wolfjager |
I work at Wal-Mart as a Wireless Sales Associate (basically electronics), and we have this one reoccurring older African-American customer who comes in with the assumption that we are some type of IT or Geek Squad. Well anyways, he comes in about a week ago, and brings his laptop. The laptop that he has is a Compact with Windows XP (a bit outdated I must say). Anyways, he pulls... Read More » it out, and opens up some program that is similar to PowerPoint (I guess, the XP version?) and tells me that some guy is stealing his credit and plagiarizing the trademark "Civil Rights", which baffled my mind. He wanted me to save a copy of his document, that he opened up on his mind you, so he can sue him for copyright infringement. I just looked at him confused, and literally had to listen to him rant for half an hour (before dumping him onto another associate for another hour) about how he stole his thunder and how computers are confusing. The next day, he calls the store, and begins asking me as to why his keys aren't working, I just let out a sigh and told him to call Compact (basically dumping him onto them). Moral of the story, please learn how to use a computer and don't bring it to a retail store and expect them to fix it.
Gerry Torres |
I work private security, we have lately been having a lot of issues with access control and breaches (people not allowed to be there, being there.) so we have one officer who is in charge of training all of the officers in proper breach control. During his breach test, he failed and got a slap on the wrist. During mine, I passed but I missed a minor detail and got written up and... Read More » was told I was a step from being fired... the fuck?
Alec Fleming |
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