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#27 Nov 07 2011 at 9:36 PM Rating: Good
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That's awesome. Smiley: lol
#28 Nov 07 2011 at 10:00 PM Rating: Decent
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Eske Esquire wrote:

That's awesome. Smiley: lol

At first yes. It gets less awesome with time though.
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#29 Nov 08 2011 at 2:51 AM Rating: Excellent
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Fight fire with fire: counter her weird vintage-trance-remix malarkey with death metal.

I'd go with old video game themes, myself. Death metal may get the desired results, but it won't get stuck in other peoples' heads to torment them hours later.

Though I guess you could attempt to go best of both worlds and find metal versions of classic game songs, but I'm not sure how effective that'd be.


#30 Nov 08 2011 at 3:42 AM Rating: Good
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Peimei wrote:
After 5 minutes he left the job site and didn't comeback for 2 days. Productivity beer intake increased.


Peimei wrote:
Eske Esquire wrote:

That's awesome. Smiley: lol

At first yes. It gets less awesome with time though.
You obviously failed the increased beer intake part of listening to Finntroll. Smiley: grin
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#31 Nov 08 2011 at 8:14 AM Rating: Good
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We have a warehouse environment at my office. 6 or so desks lining the walls, and a giant set of tables in the middle called the "in-bench." The managers get offices, but I'm okay with just having two monitors on a nice desk with a pretty comfy office chair.
I spend very little time at my desk (it's not really a desk job, but there is paperwork and stuff), but if I didn't already have a comfy chair, then I would demand one.
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I know what a glory hole is, but I wasn't sure what the business part was in reference to.

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#32 Nov 08 2011 at 8:34 AM Rating: Good
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Duke Lubriderm wrote:
catwho wrote:
We have a warehouse environment at my office. 6 or so desks lining the walls, and a giant set of tables in the middle called the "in-bench." The managers get offices, but I'm okay with just having two monitors on a nice desk with a pretty comfy office chair.
I spend very little time at my desk (it's not really a desk job, but there is paperwork and stuff), but if I didn't already have a comfy chair, then I would demand one.

An good office chair is one of the only things i can purchase in my little bureaucracy without six or seven layers of approval.



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#33 Nov 08 2011 at 8:36 AM Rating: Good
I might have the authority to have a wrench or some other small item ordered, anything bigger would have to go through my department manager.
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Edited, Mar 21st 2011 2:14pm by Darqflame Lock Thread: Because Lubriderm is silly... ~ de geso

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I know what a glory hole is, but I wasn't sure what the business part was in reference to.

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#34 Nov 08 2011 at 8:38 AM Rating: Excellent
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I'm in what can be most easily described as a design studio. A large room with a couple desks, design tables, printers, plan digitizer, scanners, plotter, plan racks, a bookcase behind me for my various books 'n binders, etc. The desks are arranged on opposite sides so I have my own space, although I suppose I'll have even more space once I take over completely.

Plus a there's map of the world pinned to the wall which still includes Yugoslavia. I've no idea what that's all about Smiley: laugh

No cubical walls though, much less shared cubicals. I guess no one here got the memo that there's only two types of work spaces in the Wide World of Employment.
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#35 Nov 08 2011 at 8:41 AM Rating: Excellent
I like the map part. Are North and South America on it, or is it a 'here there be dragons' zone?
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Edited, Mar 21st 2011 2:14pm by Darqflame Lock Thread: Because Lubriderm is silly... ~ de geso

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#36 Nov 08 2011 at 8:46 AM Rating: Excellent
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It does have North and South America. Also Burma. And Thailand says "(Siam)" under it.
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#37 Nov 08 2011 at 8:49 AM Rating: Good
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It does have North and South America. Also Burma. And Thailand says "(Siam)" under it.

......the way we were.

It must have the USSR too?

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#38 Nov 08 2011 at 8:53 AM Rating: Excellent
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Duke Lubriderm wrote:
I spend very little time at my desk (it's not really a desk job, but there is paperwork and stuff), but if I didn't already have a comfy chair, then I would demand one.
I was resistant of getting a massage chair, but now I plan on stealing it when no one is looking.
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#39 Nov 08 2011 at 9:05 AM Rating: Good
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Jophiel wrote:
It does have North and South America. Also Burma. And Thailand says "(Siam)" under it.
Does it still list Constantinople?
#40varusword75, Posted: Nov 08 2011 at 9:08 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) loob,
#41 Nov 08 2011 at 9:09 AM Rating: Excellent
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during the spring and summer I keep a few vegetable plants just outside my window.
Those are mirrors, dumbass.
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#42 Nov 08 2011 at 9:12 AM Rating: Good
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Does the map still contain Pangea or Gondwana?
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varusword75 wrote:
loob,

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I spend very little time at my desk (it's not really a desk job, but there is paperwork and stuff), but if I didn't already have a comfy chair, then I would demand one.


I'm in and out of the office. But even when i'm at the office I have one of those cool wireless headsets so I can walk around outside while talking on the phone when it's nice out. When you do everything from marketing to customer service to sales it's good to be mobile and flexible. Of course in my office I have a framed copy of the national geographic societies map of the heavens, a few pictures i've taken over the years from a park I run/hike at blown up and framed, and during the spring and summer I keep a few vegetable plants just outside my window. I've been considering setting up a 35gal saltwater aquarium come the new year. I've tried to create a completely stress free environment.
...and a crescent moon cut into the door.
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#44 Nov 08 2011 at 9:13 AM Rating: Good
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I'm in and out of the office. But even when i'm at the office I have one of those cool wireless headsets so I can walk around outside while talking on the phone when it's nice out.
I'm a production supervisor in a factory. Headsets aren't practical (loud background noise) or safe (forklifts and such). I don't need to deal with external phone calls too often, but I wish there were an easy way to take internal ones, when there is an issue at a certain jobsite.
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Edited, Mar 21st 2011 2:14pm by Darqflame Lock Thread: Because Lubriderm is silly... ~ de geso

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#45 Nov 08 2011 at 9:15 AM Rating: Excellent
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Gumbo Galahad wrote:
during the spring and summer I keep a few vegetable plants just outside my window.
Those are mirrors, dumbass.
If it were a mirror there would be a fruit tree concealed in a closet too.
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Edited, Mar 21st 2011 2:14pm by Darqflame Lock Thread: Because Lubriderm is silly... ~ de geso

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#46 Nov 08 2011 at 9:32 AM Rating: Excellent
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Of course in my office I have a framed copy of the national geographic societies map of the heavens

Of... course?
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#47 Nov 08 2011 at 9:56 AM Rating: Good
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Jophiel wrote:
varusword75 wrote:
Of course in my office I have a framed copy of the national geographic societies map of the heavens

Of... course?

Chick magnet.
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#48 Nov 08 2011 at 11:21 AM Rating: Good
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Peimei wrote:
I had a co-worker once who loved to crank the classic rock for hours but when it was someone elses turn to play something(we had a nice equal system) he'd **** and moan.
The solution was this.



After 5 minutes he left the job site and didn't comeback for 2 days. Productivity increased.

I heart them. I actually saw them in concert a few months back and got the bass players guitar pick. Smiley: blush
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#49 Nov 08 2011 at 11:28 AM Rating: Excellent
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Duke Lubriderm wrote:
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I'm in and out of the office. But even when i'm at the office I have one of those cool wireless headsets so I can walk around outside while talking on the phone when it's nice out.
I'm a production supervisor in a factory. Headsets aren't practical (loud background noise) or safe (forklifts and such). I don't need to deal with external phone calls too often, but I wish there were an easy way to take internal ones, when there is an issue at a certain jobsite.
I have heard you like to take it internally.
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#50 Nov 08 2011 at 12:20 PM Rating: Excellent
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Jophiel wrote:
varusword75 wrote:
Of course in my office I have a framed copy of the national geographic societies map of the heavens

Of... course?


If you have a map in your office, he has to have a map in his fictional office. Duh.
#51 Nov 08 2011 at 4:38 PM Rating: Good
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Being a field tech working out of home, my office is generally my car. Depending on where I am the view is sometimes great and I often have free wifi.
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