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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
PostPosted: Tue October 30, 2018 4:49 am 
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Peeps wrote:
every morning i run a script on our AD to see whos password is close to expiring

if your password is 170 days or older i will email you telling you that you need to change your password along with two documents on how to change it (one to actually change the password based on your OS, windows 8 or 10 and how to connect to the vpn) this is done every 180 days. the one document is actually called, Changing Password.

i get an email this morning

Hi Jerry,

This will be my first time changing my password, what is the process?

Here's your response:

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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
PostPosted: Tue October 30, 2018 10:41 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
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I watched a movie called Beyond Skyline last night, and I fantasized that three coworkers had their brains ripped out by the aliens in the movie.


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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
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someone microwaved crab on our floor and now the entire building smells


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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
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Microwaved crab... oh yum.


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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
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we had one team leave a section of our floor, and a new team moved in last week. they are filled with a bunch of true weirdos. i have no doubt the crab microwaver came from that area.


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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
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someone microwaved crab on our floor and now the entire building smells

Did anyone say anything about this? (I'm looking for thread integrity here)

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bodysnatcher wrote:
someone microwaved crab on our floor and now the entire building smells

Did anyone say anything about this? (I'm looking for thread integrity here)


no i could just smell it from the other side of the earth


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bodysnatcher wrote:
Rangi Guy wrote:
bodysnatcher wrote:
someone microwaved crab on our floor and now the entire building smells

Did anyone say anything about this? (I'm looking for thread integrity here)


no i could just smell it from the other side of the earth

are sure you weren't just smelling 3rd street?


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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
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doug rr wrote:
bodysnatcher wrote:
Rangi Guy wrote:
bodysnatcher wrote:
someone microwaved crab on our floor and now the entire building smells

Did anyone say anything about this? (I'm looking for thread integrity here)


no i could just smell it from the other side of the earth

are sure you weren't just smelling 3rd street?


entirely possible


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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
PostPosted: Wed October 31, 2018 1:52 am 
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Coworker: “ you should hide from ——, because he’s pissed about the gas tank requirement for The Broadmoor. He’s out syphening gas out of the tank.”

Me: “Don’t care, not my problem.”

I’m just his target this week so I’m thinking I should hide some crab meat in his vehicle.


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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
PostPosted: Wed October 31, 2018 3:51 am 
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I may seem indifferent, but this fella siphening gas out of the tank today, is never pleasant. To meet a security requirement, our delivery truck can have no more than a 1/4 tank’s worth of gas. He admitted to having experienced this same set-up scenario before, as a driver. Why he filled the gas tank two days before the event is beyond me, but damn? What can we do to solve it? Probably siphen it? Great, but he was foul as shit over it. It’s not like he had anywhere to go in between yesterday and tomorrow. And the event is literally only 11 miles away.

Ive only had to cancel one event this year, despite his pushback, but fuck it’s exhausting collaborating with him.

- he has a new baby
- he thinks very highly of himself
- he always forgets shit
- complains that nobody prepares him, after he has forgotten shit
- does whatever he wants and not what is needed
- acts like he’s the only guy in the world that’s had a new baby
- acts like he’s the only guy that knows how to tow anything
- poor him, he’s such a martyr when he is asked to do a little extra

On top of it all, he dumps his negative shit on me because I’m nice. This fella has more whiny complaints. It’s concerning because, overall, he failed to draw on his admitted prior experience in being prepared for similar events that required the 1/4 tank. One of the many events only he has toiled over. He toils more than anyone else at the company. Or in life in general, maybe.

Toils, toils, toils..



I fully expect a nail in my tire at some point in the near future also, because he seems like a spineless wiener that would do that to someone that has said “not my problem” right back to him for a change.


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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
PostPosted: Mon November 05, 2018 9:06 pm 
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Can you please send out a Signature blocks for the staff with correct titles?

Sure, who do you need?

We have things that go to the office and I need to make sure we are correct when place their names and titles on Memorandums.

Ok, so who are you looking for?

The main people.

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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
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"Hey, are you on that call that no one asked you to be on?"

Uh, no. Oddly enough. So then my boss emails me and asks why I wasn't on the call. Dude, no one told me that I should be on the call. It's not even on my calendar so wtf was I supposed to do here.

At the same time I got an email from HR. I had asked about an award that someone sent to me for processing the first week I was out because I wanted to know if someone else had taken care of it. Instead of answering my question she told me how to submit an award. No shit, Sherlock. I got that part. Guess they'll figure it out if they pay it twice.


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A co-worker just confronted me via private message saying I should let other people help sometimes (regarding giving the nursing staff administrative support). Luckily she doesn't work in-house, so when I ignore her chats I don't have to look into her stupid face.

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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
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One guy has called colleague A a douche and colleague B a fucking cvnt over the past month. He’s lucky both just laughed.


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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
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The two sales skexies that are usually fighting each other have joined forces against our new sales director already. Poor fella had his first of many sales meetings and he had to shush one of the skexies. The guy is a lot older than anyone at the company and he's bringing good things to the table - but everyone is also passing around Vin Scully memes.

After this afternoon though, I'm leaving the mess behind for the next 10 days with zero fucks given. Even Vin Scully said we've got plenty of leads and there's clearly something wrong if we aren't closing a dozen sales per month, at the minimum. Suuuuuck it, skexieeeees....


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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
PostPosted: Thu November 08, 2018 5:34 pm 
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Good Morning Everyone!

I had the great honor this morning of clearing the extremely smelly refrigerator of left over items. Attached you will find a picture of just a few of the unrecognizable items left behind. This is a serious issue and the condition of these items can make people sick.

This refrigerator is SHARED. This is not a personal storage area for weeks long items. This refrigerator is for daily use only. Daily use is described as: You bring it in at the beginning of your shift, you take it out at the end of your shift. Period.

I’m not going to be around much longer to remind people to be thoughtful of others so please save this email if you need reminding what inconsiderate looks like.


Can't access image sites right now sadly.


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 Post subject: Re: Things Your Coworkers Say
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Coworker: “How long do we put Angry Momma in the microwave for?”


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