amodman
02-03-2006, 08:25 PM
So, what's everyone doing for a living right now? PArt-time job, career, what have you. How you get the dough? Fun subject to discuss, I know ;), heh.

I've got a fairly fun job myself right now. At least, I like it. Network Assistant at my school. Basically, I fix students' broken computers (if possible). Mostly we're just there to kill viruses and make the compies work on the network, but we get all kinds, heh. It's just a cheesy student job, though, so no tellin' how long I'll be at it (need summer work soon :-\). I think my favorite part about the job is that we'll either be ridiculously busy or COMPLETELY dead, heh. I get a lotta' papers done there...

Anyways, others'?

eowyn
02-03-2006, 08:26 PM
I am Assistant to the Office of Fiancial Affairs in our university student government..I take ALOT of minutes at the Senate meetings..and make posters...and have fun..and do cool politics stuff..
I am also a Gallery attendant..basically do not steal or touch or cough on or in any way disturb the art..or I shall....
do something.
Maybe call security...
Not sure...basically I do homework the whole time.

Switchblade
02-03-2006, 08:45 PM
I'm currently unemployed. I had a job at the drive-in theatre, but the trouble is, it's kind of hard for them to be open during the winter. So, I'm unemployed. I could go search for a new job, then again, I could always try to find out how to collect unemployment checks. Welfare is great!

skilltroks
02-03-2006, 08:46 PM
I worked for two weeks at Subway. [don't ever work there]

Isildur9473
02-03-2006, 08:47 PM
I'm completely unemployed. I'm just cool that way. I was going to go job hunting tomorrow though.

amodman
02-03-2006, 08:56 PM
I am also a Gallery attendant..basically do not steal or touch or cough on or in any way disturb the art..or I shall....
do something.
Maybe call security...
Not sure...basically I do homework the whole time.

That's great, my older brother had that SAME job at one time in college, lol.

animeraven34
02-03-2006, 08:59 PM
Right now, I paint. Sounds like fun huh? ::]

disciple
02-03-2006, 09:02 PM
I'm completely unemployed. I'm just cool that way. I was going to go job hunting tomorrow though.
And I! ...

riz
02-03-2006, 09:02 PM
Just got broken in to a new job for the semester as advertisement manager for the college newspaper. Spent all day trying to convert a gigantic table into Adobe Pagemaker and it didn't go as smoothly as I would have liked; we had limited space in our Listings section in this week's issue. But it's fairly easy despite today's little obstacle. It pays better than most campus jobs. So woo.

amodman
02-03-2006, 09:08 PM
Just got broken in to a new job for the semester as advertisement manager for the college newspaper. Spent all day trying to convert a gigantic table into Adobe Pagemaker and it didn't go as smoothly as I would have liked; we had limited space in our Listings section in this week's issue. But it's fairly easy despite today's little obstacle. It pays better than most campus jobs. So woo.

Oh, I forgot, somehow I got that hookup too. $7/hr, highest paid student job on campus! ;) All the rest are the minimum of $6.50. Though, it does have the drawback of only 14 hours a week right now, heh.

eowyn
02-03-2006, 09:16 PM
We make $7.50 here in this state :)

terrasin
02-03-2006, 10:18 PM
Currently, musician, still working on my first album. I also own an e-commerce business which has been expanding rapidly. We also just started a new business called Axiom Entertainment which is a DJ company, but also will also be our promoting company, working with a few specific bands.

We also work at an arena doing production on the side. I've worked for a lot of big name bands over the past 3 years and it's been a lot of fun.

I have a lot of career goals for this year that I'm working towards. It's going to take some time and effort though.

CJ

timmyrotter
02-03-2006, 11:07 PM
i do random grunt work... sucks...

unshakeable15
02-04-2006, 05:51 PM
i work at a used book store. :) best job in the world. i get to hang around books and most of the customers are good to you. plus, when there's nothing to do, i can catch up on D'Artagnan, or read about Charlie and his chocolate factory, or, currently, find out how Frank McCourt came to be who he is. good job. :)

packmule3
02-04-2006, 06:16 PM
I work in a kitchen!!!! grin. food prep, washing dishes,serving sevral hundred people, and any other thing that needs to be done. I like to work so its not THAT bad but at times things are really slow and boring.

theinvaded
02-04-2006, 07:45 PM
I work on-campus at my college. Works smoothly with my class schedule, pays enough for now.

amodman
02-04-2006, 07:53 PM
i work at a used book store. :) best job in the world. i get to hang around books and most of the customers are good to you. plus, when there's nothing to do, i can catch up on D'Artagnan, or read about Charlie and his chocolate factory, or, currently, find out how Frank McCourt came to be who he is. good job. :)

*shakes fist* I hate you. I love books. I would love that job...though, I enjoy the one I have now too I guess. *sigh*, heh.

I work in a kitchen!!!! grin. food prep, washing dishes,serving sevral hundred people, and any other thing that needs to be done. I like to work so its not THAT bad but at times things are really slow and boring.

I had your job...I hated your job. Literally loathed it. Only got hours mornings (REAL mornings, like 5 or 6 to 8 or something) and weekends. And weekeneds were CRAZY. Basically, had to show up for prep, serving, cooking/filling, and then cleaning (everything). I literally did all that and THEN the dishes for hundreds of people MYSLEF. And you know what? I was just the dishwasher...Ya, we were understaffed, and the place was so shady and ghetto (Ramada Inn). Personally, I've come to the belief that certain kitchen jobs can be the worst possible jobs you can get...but maybe that's just me. Glad you like it! heh

as~i~lay~dying
02-05-2006, 07:55 PM
well...right now I'm changing dypers, playing hide-and-go-seek and wiping snotty noses...babysitting =( BUT! This summer I will be wokring at either Princess Tours as an Outfitter(oooh I hope) or Gottschalks.

Isildur9473
02-05-2006, 09:25 PM
So, I applied for a bunch of jobs I don't think I'll get today.

weebird20
02-06-2006, 02:36 AM
ummm...i used to have the most amazing job in the world...i was a youth worker.....i loved it :'( tho right now God is taking control and has me out of that...for the moment anyways...right now i wud say im a part-time artist and trampoline coach...so tis fun :)

PinkGoo
02-06-2006, 11:50 AM
I don't really have an actual "job." I work for my dad in his architectural office a few days a week for minimum wage. I also petsit for our neighbor for about half an hour each day, but the lady is Scrooge's grand-daughter and barely pays anything. :P

loner_33
02-06-2006, 12:47 PM
I'm 15. I want a job. But besides McDonald's, I don't have much of a choice...

bob
02-06-2006, 03:05 PM
I have a job on a vineyard, i'm the only employee there basically, so I make my own hours, unless my boss says otherwise, so my job is pretty lax. I enjoy it, but it can be really hard at times. There's "4 other people" but at the moment we don't need them, and we usually only have one other kid helping us if we need it. My boss is cool too, so it's all good.

riz
02-06-2006, 04:18 PM
I would kill to work at a vineyard. Well, not kill. But I think it would be v. cool.

bob
02-06-2006, 04:19 PM
I would kill to work at a vineyard. Well, not kill. But I think it would be v. cool.

Yeah, currently we have about 4000 vines, with 2,000 more to be planted in the spring. The majority of them (2,000) are Pinot Grig.

PinkGoo
02-07-2006, 08:37 AM
I have a job on a vineyard, i'm the only employee there basically, so I make my own hours, unless my boss says otherwise, so my job is pretty lax. I enjoy it, but it can be really hard at times. There's "4 other people" but at the moment we don't need them, and we usually only have one other kid helping us if we need it. My boss is cool too, so it's all good.
Does that kind of job pay well, Bob?

Isildur9473
02-07-2006, 01:51 PM
Yeah, currently we have about 4000 vines, with 2,000 more to be planted in the spring. The majority of them (2,000) are Pinot Grig.

Because of Sideways right? :)

bob
02-07-2006, 04:14 PM
Greg, i've never seen the movie "Sideways", is it any good?

Goo, I make $6.75/h respectively, but that's after a bunch of raises, I started out at $5.00/h.

Isildur9473
02-07-2006, 04:15 PM
Well, after Sideways, every psuedo intellectual who watched the movie went out and bought Pinot.

(I'm not saying it was a bad movie, I loved it. But if you started drinking Pinot only because of that movie...)

bob
02-07-2006, 04:20 PM
Well, after Sideways, every psuedo intellectual who watched the movie went out and bought Pinot.

(I'm not saying it was a bad movie, I loved it. But if you started drinking Pinot only because of that movie...)

No, my boss bought all the Pinot because it's becoming more popular with the young people. Young people prefer white wine over Red because they want a fruiter taste and the reds don't provide it and since most of the older wine drinkers are dying out you have to go with the younger. My boss refers to Pinot as "a sissy wine" though.

PinkGoo
02-07-2006, 05:49 PM
Heh. Your boss is smart. White wine > red wine.

riz
02-07-2006, 10:05 PM
Ohh no. Red wine > white wine. Hands down.

Sideways is great, as if everyone didn't know that already. Cabernet Sauvignon is my favourite, not Pinot, although I've heard that Merlot sales went down after the movie, which is pretty funny.

NightCrawler
02-08-2006, 07:27 AM
I work two jobs.

Wendy's
CashPlus

Right now I am at CashPlus, waiting for customers. : /

unshakeable15
02-09-2006, 07:38 PM
Ohh no. Red wine > white wine. Hands down.
with my limited exposure (one glass of each), i'd have to say i agree. my friend who knows a bit more about wine said that it was the best white he'd tasted and seeing as i didn't like it, doesn't bode well for other whites.

petrameansrock
02-09-2006, 07:59 PM
I like non-alcoholic wine!

amodman
02-09-2006, 08:21 PM
The only wine I have ever liked so far was Jewish wine, which rocked the freakin' house it was so sweet! :D

bob
02-10-2006, 11:37 AM
I don't like the taste of wine, and red wine smells pretty bad when you make it. Because you have to leave the entire grape in the vat not just the juice. So after a week or two the shells start to rot and you have the combined smell of rotting grape, alcohol, and yeast, which isn't a good combination. But the end product it worth it.

PinkGoo
02-10-2006, 11:39 AM
I think I'll stick with white wine.

bob
02-10-2006, 11:42 AM
I think I'll stick with white wine.

Or perhaps no wine at all? I just don't like the tatste and i'd rather not consume alcohol, but I don't mind making it because hey, it's a job!

DustinRocks
07-05-2006, 04:03 PM
Everyone post your current job educational status, whatever.


Job: I Grpahic Mediain the Outreach Department of L.A Dream Center and Angelus Temple. Guitar teacher Dream Center School of Music. Guitarist and Producer/Songwriter for hire.

disciple
07-05-2006, 04:06 PM
High School Education (G.E.D., self-educated)



No job, no one will hire me.



My only "job" right now is Moderator in the forum I am on (in the bottom of my siggy).

will
07-05-2006, 05:04 PM
Programmer Analyst at USC (http://its.usc.edu/~wnorris/)

theelectric3
07-05-2006, 05:14 PM
barista for a local coffee shop. (no, not starbucks or coffee bean.. better. :) )
musician. (it doesn't pay much, but it's fun.) :)

lamb_servant72
07-05-2006, 05:46 PM
Education Media Resource Specialist at the state prison, but I'm considering real estate.:)

john316
07-05-2006, 05:50 PM
I am a parts salesman for Bobcat construction equipment...the #1 skid-steer loaders and excavators in the world.

Bassplayer
07-05-2006, 06:51 PM
I am still a high-school student. Part time musician at church, soon to be youth worship leader and possible youth leader. I also work for my neighbor doing odd construction jobs. and i help out at my friend's farm sometimes. and i'm a full time baby-sitter. My mom seems to get the idea that if any family needs help, i'm the one to call. oh yeah, and i'm currently a VBS Crew Leader. lol

bob
07-05-2006, 06:55 PM
I work on a vineyard. But I'm not going into detail at the moment. Just because I'm cool like that. But here's a picture:

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y110/jk84panhead/92a08a53.jpg

That's a picture of the vineyard that we planted this year. 2150 vines of Vidal. But that picture is from around April. So we've completed the posts and catchwires and also the vines are growing out of the tubes now. But enough of my jabbering.

Undomiel
07-05-2006, 07:03 PM
i am a high schooler who is homeschooled. i have a bad paying job deliverin Pennysavers. i also like to mess with people's brains.

disciple
07-05-2006, 07:04 PM
i also like to mess with people's brains.
...and what are your qualifications for that? :P


Sorry, had to. ::]

Undomiel
07-05-2006, 07:17 PM
i don't have any "qualifications", i just do it. Heheh :)

terrasin
07-05-2006, 07:51 PM
I do quite a bit, actually.

I'm a musician, der, for those who don't know. I'm the frontman of the band TerraSin. www.terrasin.com www.myspace.com/terrasin

I own several businesses including an e-commerce business.

We have a DJ company we started up (because it gets really boring where I live at night and it's entertaining).

I also work in Stage Production in several fields. I design stages and sets for bands, I also put sets together at arenas around the east coast and pretty much help make sure the show runs smoothly. Roadies Rock.

I am also a lighting technician. I design lighting structures for the stages, or program light shows for concerts and run them durring the show using a lighting console, fix broken fixtures.

I am also a promoter in my area for bands. More specifically, I promote specific bands and also work with other promoters to get bands in their area and the shows setup and promoted properly.

Currently, I am working on getting my pyrotechnics certification so I can also work with proximate pyrotechnics for concerts and events because blowing things up is cool. :evil: (When done safely and after being professionally trained. Don't try it at home. >=[)

Since concert season is pretty much slowed in my area for summer, I've been working on getting my album finished (finally) and working on a new concert project. Luckily, most of this is all computer based so I can do it all from here.

CJ

disciple
07-05-2006, 07:55 PM
Currently, I am working on getting my pyrotechnics certification so I can also work with proximate pyrotechnics for concerts and events because blowing things up is cool. :evil: (When done safely and after being professionally trained. Don't try it at home. >=[)
Eheheheh.... sounds like a fu... :evil: er, educational time. ::] ;)

Undomiel
07-05-2006, 08:00 PM
to me it sounds better than mine

terrasin
07-05-2006, 08:13 PM
Eheheheh.... sounds like a fu... :evil: er, educational time. ::] ;)
A few weeks ago when we did WWE, after the show, their pyrotechnists set our parking lot on fire. :\ It burned for 15 minutes and they had to put it out with an extinguisher...

It was funny because the video guys looked over and were like "The pyros are playing with their toys again..."

CJ

disciple
07-05-2006, 08:17 PM
LOL! That is funny. :P Very educational, I'm sure you learned from that, all right. :P

zjf
07-05-2006, 08:18 PM
eheh.

I almost quit my Customer Care Rep job today for Cincinnati Bell Wireless because of some internal problems going on...but I need the money, so unless I find a better job soon, I guess I'm stuck :-(

I also run my own business (kinda sorta...I'm closing shop up officially tomorrow, but I will remain open to friends who know me as the geek I am :-P

I am also a musician who plays Guitar, Bass, and Synth, although I don't get paid money for that job, the enjoyment of playing music is enough.

I also sell my photographs online. I have about 6 rolls of film that need to be scanned into my computer, but can't because I don't have a scanner yet.

I am also a generic handyman and can do just about any home repairs that need to be done. I have done everything from adding electrical outlets, to replacing a roof, to blowing insulation, to replacing drywall...and have yet to get paid for any of it. :-(

Anyways...if I tried to stretcch it I could come up with many more, but :-P.

disciple
07-05-2006, 08:21 PM
Ah, that's rough, I should probably keep in better contact with you. :P But yeah, I'm working on getting a job by learning how to drive so I can go somewhere (20 miles away) where I can get a job.

skilletosis
07-05-2006, 10:23 PM
From Friday to Tuesday this week I:

Deskunked my dog
Bought a puppy
painted a bedroom
got covered in chigger bites
had my first tropical cream slushy from Sonic
took kids to tractor pulls
took kids to fireworks
cooked, cleaned, did laundry
can't remember what else, it's a blur

So I guess you could say my job is Head Nut at the asylum we call home. I can still say I love living in the country. It is anything but dull.

dawn of light
07-06-2006, 06:03 AM
I'm the "Administrative Assistant" (fancy word for receptionist/secretary/office gal) for the IT Department of Safeway Inc. Safeway owns Vons, Genuardi's, Pavilions, Dominick's, Carr's, Tom Thumb, Randall's, and Pak'n Save. For those of you on the east coast who don't know, Safeway and all the affiliates is a grocery chain.

My job is incredibly boring. But thank goodness, in Sept I will be starting University and taking Family Social Sciences. So I'll only have to be here part time.

dawn of light
07-06-2006, 06:06 AM
...Grpahic Mediain the Outreach Department of L.A Dream Center...

THE L.A Dream Centre? The one that's kinda connected to Tommy Barnett's church in Phoenix? The one that does homeless/prostitute ministry on Skid Row? The one that a bunch of my friends went to on a missions trip? I want to go there SOOO badly. I hear it's amazing. WOW! I've heard so many good things about that place.

A couple years ago I was at a Master's Commission Conference at Phoenix First Assembly and Pastor Tommy Barnett spoke and talked a lot about it...

jade
07-07-2006, 12:16 PM
How can I use words to glorify my menial job ... ;)

First and foremost I am a full time student at San Diego State University. Yes, that is a full time job. I also work for Kohl's as a Freight Team Processor (I "think" that is what my title is) ... basically I work in the back with the guys processing the merchandise and getting it ready to be put out on the floor. I work with a great team so it makes my job very enjoyable.

skilltroks
07-07-2006, 01:47 PM
Part-time job: shop girl (I think that's what I'd be considered anyway). I run parts for my father's diesel repair business and clean the shop, and do odds and ends.

Starbucks5721
07-07-2006, 05:27 PM
I'm a third year student at the University of Central Florida, working for my BA in Graphic Design. Although I am debating changing to a Bachelors of Fine Arts....not sure though, if I want to do that.

I work in a printshop doing typesetting and design, but I'm about to quit unfortunately, because my fall schedule is too full, and if I get into Intermediate Drawing <3 I'll need too much studio time too!

But I love what I do. Being an artist is so much fun!

NightCrawler
07-08-2006, 09:47 PM
I am a grill cook and sandwich engineer at Wendy's. I do various other tasks, such as supply exporting and such.

I flip patties and make sandwiches. I sometimes hand the food out at the drivethru.

I am also a currency technician and income consultant/adjustor at Cash Plus. In addition, I am a trained professional utilities manager and electronic money-transmitter.

I am a teller, I do small payday loans and cash checks. I also recieve bill payments and do wiretransfers via Western Union.


Oh yeah, and I attend Central Michigan University, I am still a sophomore.

DustinRocks
07-10-2006, 06:09 PM
THE L.A Dream Centre? The one that's kinda connected to Tommy Barnett's church in Phoenix? The one that does homeless/prostitute ministry on Skid Row? The one that a bunch of my friends went to on a missions trip? I want to go there SOOO badly. I hear it's amazing. WOW! I've heard so many good things about that place.

A couple years ago I was at a Master's Commission Conference at Phoenix First Assembly and Pastor Tommy Barnett spoke and talked a lot about it...


Yeah we do all that. I pretty much make flyers for the church play guitar for Press Play the church house band. PM me for info on missions.

DustinRocks
07-10-2006, 06:15 PM
barista for a local coffee shop. (no, not starbucks or coffee bean.. better. :) )
musician. (it doesn't pay much, but it's fun.) :)



Local places are way better. I was trying to get on at some place at this Galleria mall forever they finally just said give up. Still they have the best brew in so cal.

doormonkey
07-10-2006, 07:49 PM
I do stuff around a hangar...everything from stripping paint to taking apart canopies (thats fighter jet windshields for those of you not in the know) to picking up work orders around town. I also fly customers and employees around in a Cessna 172, but I do that off the clock because of federal laws regarding the Private Pilot certificate (vs. Commercial pilot) that I hold. I like the work, not so much the people, but it's only for the summer. I am VERY glad that I get to fly though, I was not expecting that when I took the job.

Oh, I am a senior (by credits) at LeTourneau University in Longview, TX, but I have 2 more years of school. My major is Flight Science, I will graduate with Commercial Pilot, Flight Instructor, and Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic certificates.

theelectric3
07-10-2006, 09:01 PM
Local places are way better. I was trying to get on at some place at this Galleria mall forever they finally just said give up. Still they have the best brew in so cal.

the best in socal? hmm... what's the name so i can go check it out sometime. if you're ever in the area, head over to where i work (http://www.sworkcoffee.com) and see what you think of the coffee there.

doormonkey - that's awesome! best wishes in all your work and school.

softballchick
07-12-2006, 03:51 PM
Wow, all of you guys have such intresting job and goal that you want to accomplish in life! All I am is a cashier at Target and i'm not really sure what i want to be when i "Grow up" But i think it's awesome that so many of you already know what you're going to do with your lives!!

DustinRocks
07-12-2006, 09:55 PM
the best in socal? hmm... what's the name so i can go check it out sometime. if you're ever in the area, head over to where i work (http://www.sworkcoffee.com) and see what you think of the coffee there.

doormonkey - that's awesome! best wishes in all your work and school.


I used to practice with band right over near that place I'll check it out this weekend.

planet_kosmos
07-12-2006, 11:16 PM
Student...What else??

NightCrawler
07-12-2006, 11:34 PM
Wow, all of you guys have such intresting job and goal that you want to accomplish in life! All I am is a cashier at Target and i'm not really sure what i want to be when i "Grow up" But i think it's awesome that so many of you already know what you're going to do with your lives!!


Heh, if only I knew what I would want to formally study!

German? Psychology? Philosophy? Information technology?

I CAN'T SEEM TO CHOOSE.

As it stands, I am thinking major in Psychology and minor philosophy.

theelectric3
07-13-2006, 01:01 PM
I used to practice with band right over near that place I'll check it out this weekend.

oh really? then you've been in my neck of the woods before...

i'm only working a little saturday morning, but yeah... check it out and lemme know what you think (compared to that other coffee shop you were talking about).
---

yeah, there are so many opportunities out there... schooling (what to major in, etc.), trade school, internships, jobs...

i don't think i will be a barista all my life (not that there is anything wrong with it) but i feel like this is a preparation time for other opportunities.

Jeremy
07-14-2006, 10:24 AM
Everyone post your current job educational status, whatever.


Job: I Grpahic Mediain the Outreach Department of L.A Dream Center and Angelus Temple. Guitar teacher Dream Center School of Music. Guitarist and Producer/Songwriter for hire.

I just went with our youth group down to the Dream Center last July. We had a great time. That place is pretty amazing. BTW, I clicked my way here after checking Skillet's site to see if they have a new album coming.

Jeremy Wadsworth
Web Architect
Devmecca.com

www.jeremywadsworth.com

amodman
07-14-2006, 09:44 PM
Heh, if only I knew what I would want to formally study!

German? Psychology? Philosophy? Information technology?

I CAN'T SEEM TO CHOOSE.

As it stands, I am thinking major in Psychology and minor philosophy.

Pfft, screw psychology. I'm more split along the History/Philosophy/IT lines. I'm obviously going more towards the IT now because it seems more worthwhile and would offer me a challenge that I might need to make myself not so lazy...but gosh darnit I'd LOVE to study History/Philosophy instead, *sigh*.

DustinRocks
07-14-2006, 11:18 PM
I just went with our youth group down to the Dream Center last July. We had a great time. That place is pretty amazing. BTW, I clicked my way here after checking Skillet's site to see if they have a new album coming.

Jeremy Wadsworth
Web Architect
Devmecca.com

www.jeremywadsworth.com


we prolly met I play guitar for the worship team and lead alot of the outreaches.

thalia
07-19-2006, 11:24 AM
I'll be a junior in college this fall, majoring in Chemistry, but I also work part-time just for some extra spending money (since my parents don't fund me going to see movies or buying books or CDs or DVDs...). I've worked at LaTienda Lingerie for well over a year now, and during the summer I work all day, three days a week (MWF). Also, this summer, I was able to get a summer research job/internship at the campus with my Organic Chem professor. The 10-week internship just finished, but I was working with him in the lab two days a week (Tuesdays and Thursdays).

riz
07-21-2006, 09:27 PM
zoo slave.

unshakeable15
07-22-2006, 10:21 AM
Really? When did you get sold to them? i thought you just worked on the tram?

m_money618
07-23-2006, 01:46 PM
my brother works all the time. it sucks.... i really miss him when he's gone:(

john316
07-27-2006, 05:09 PM
They have finally got a web site done for where i work. Here is a link if you are interested.

http://www.bobcatofhagerstown.com/default.asp

I now work in parts and am soon going to be in training to do rentals also.

NightCrawler
09-23-2006, 10:04 AM
I quit Wendy's.

lamb_servant72
09-23-2006, 02:16 PM
Quit Wendy's?! Did you get free fries with honey mustard?

Cool site, John. They could have increased sales by putting this on the home page...

john316
09-23-2006, 05:05 PM
Quit Wendy's?! Did you get free fries with honey mustard?

Cool site, John. They could have increased sales by putting this on the home page...


LOL...well maybe if they cropped me out;D

Nightcrawler...dude i love wendy's...too bad you had to bail out.

Luke_USA
09-24-2006, 12:55 AM
Full-time U.S. Army medic, soon to be a civilian again. ;D

MeNtAlCaSe
09-26-2006, 07:00 AM
fresh french fries dipped in tartar sauce...tastes just like clams.;D

lamb_servant72
10-05-2006, 04:21 PM
I had an exciting week at work. The library was shaken down twice, drugs were found in the ceiling tiles, the drug dogs came, and I lost one of my inmate clerks.

john316
10-05-2006, 05:09 PM
I had an exciting week at work. The library was shaken down twice, drugs were found in the ceiling tiles, the drug dogs came, and I lost one of my inmate clerks.

Wow Lisa::] ... the most exciting thing to happen at my job is a new line of jackhammers;)

It always amazes me as to how they get stuff like that smuggled in.

kittygirl
10-06-2006, 05:56 AM
I'm a cashier at a produce store. My co-workers are grouchy.