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Do you love you job? "Answer" = A$

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  1. erikespo

    erikespo Senior Member

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    So we run skeleton crew pretty much at my job. 10 guys. 2 guys on at 7am - 7pm - 2 guys 7pm - 7am - 3 days on 4 off and 4 days on 3 off the next week. and then we have a guy running 8- 4 mon - fri and a guy that work 11pm - 8am m- thurs.. I worked today from 7am - 7pm.. the that was supposed to come in at 7pm to take over for me called off. I was working for someone already and so was the other guy i was with. the other guy i was with works tommarrow at 7am and no one else could cover this guy that called off shift. so guess who is work a 24 hour shift. Yes sir, that would be me
     
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    phyregod !!YTINASNI

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    Well, I run a bail bonds business.. Just me, noone else.. I had a secretary, but she quit on my ass.. So, I've been on the job 24 hours a day for the last 3 months. Haven't had a day off in 4 months.

    Weeeeee.
     
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    jamesA Well known pissed off telephone guy VIP

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    It's too late at night for this... wtf does that mean?
     
  4. erikespo

    erikespo Senior Member

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    It means my answer is a variable of A$... A$ is my answer which is I must or the only other thing it could be is that I am crazy.. I don't program so I'm sure it isn't accurate. I am more of the network engineer style stuff
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    for each ($callout as $fuckface)
    {
    $ban = true;
    $fuckface++;
    }
     
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    erikespo Senior Member

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    Blah I'm tired.. I have been up since 6:00am
     
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    VTECin5th Administrator

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    what language calls for each like that (in 2 words)?
    I'm not being an ass, im seriously wondering?
    foreach $penis (@this_thread){
    print "$penis is an Asshole";
    print "!";
    }
     
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    dveit Well-Known Member VIP

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    :lol:
     
  9. Celerity

    Celerity Well-Known Member

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    a 24 hour shift ? I did that for 4 weeks (120 hours per week) at a client of mine once. My father is a firefighter, and has been (on several occasions) called to work 48 hour shifts. He commonly gets 24s, and if it's in the middle of his on-shift, any overtime will net him 36 hours in one stretch.

    -> Steve
     
  10. EGProject

    EGProject YEEEEAAHHHHH

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    Given a bad fire, or a really nasty storm, firefighters can make a good deal of money - possibly at the expense of sleep. My father (who is a call-fire fighter, on top of his own job) once had to technically stay on the job - active - for 48 hours. We had a huge mill fire around here, and since our department knows the building the best, our firefighters ha to guide the other crews from neighboring towns. After the intial fire was knocked down, he had to oversee the overhaul, and then go back and clean up. Fire started on a Friday afternoon, he didn't get home until Sunday evening.

    For those of you in MA, it was the Whitinsville mill fire. We were lucky the entire mill didn't burn, but it came close, and a lot of damage was incurred. My father and about 2 other Northbridge firefighters actually fell through a section of roof when they were overhauling the building. They didn't fall far, but no one was expecting it.
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    i dunno, i just made it pseudo code y0.. the function i wrote is not remotely valid...
     
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