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bunglehead

Cubicle monkey poll.

Like torturing and killing my boss  

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  1. 1. Like torturing and killing my boss

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Is it just me, or does any other human out there feel like driving their manager/boss to a remote spot, torturing them for several days, finally killing them?

Or is it just me?

 

Here's a handy poll to help solve this age old dilemma.

 

How does work and you co-workers make you feel?

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The people I work with are great. I run and climb with my boss, one collague went to K2 with Alex Lowe and Steve Swenson, another fellow has climbed literally all over the world, another guy won the Seattle Marathon. Everyone backcountry skis, sails, scuba dives, trail runs, does triathalons or some such activity. Plus they all have Ph.Ds.

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The people I work with are great. I run and climb with my boss, one collague went to K2 with Alex Lowe and Steve Swenson, another fellow has climbed literally all over the world, another guy won the Seattle Marathon. Everyone backcountry skis, sails, scuba dives, trail runs, does triathalons or some such activity. Plus they all have Ph.Ds.

Are they hiring?

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guess i'm lucky as well, was just in china climbing and was looking forward to coming back to work. actually started working up a proposal for a new project while i was out in the mountains. plus we are going to have a company tele race team, or at least we are going to drink beers after we ski a gated course (poorly)! and everyone in my office is for the left so we have some great republican bashing daily to keep our spirits up thumbs_up.gif

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we have a couple short term openings right now, got any biology experience? feel like hanging out in anchorage until the end of the year. oh yeah it's outside spotting beluga whales for good pay. they're you are, a job offer laugh.gif

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physics would probably work, all you do is count the damn things anyway...oh and the chugach ice is already coming in. muuhahahahaha

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my boss is cool...our work is project oriented, so we take as much time off as we can. long weekends are normal too. the_finger.gif

 

that's the saddest poll I've seen in a while. ooo.gif

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how much money to count belugas? i passed the 4th grade and have biology experience and my cube is closing in on me..........

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$20/hr...no cubes involved, only spotting scopes and an occasional encounter with a moose or maybe even a bear, with occassional boat rides thrown in as well. oh and i'm looking for roomates as well,

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monkey-cage-02_small.jpg

 

The frustration caused by prolonged imprisonment in small cages forces animals to adopt psychotic behavior such as eating their own excrement.

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Yup. Poo-flinging cube monkey...

 

On the other hand - this guy is my new cube folk hero - Office Space Meets Matrix - 'There is no stapler...'

 

staplesale.jpg

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Don't worry, bunglehead, you're not the only one with a lame job.

 

I'm thinking I might as well be counting belugas....

 

The bitch is that I like what I do. I just wish my boss wasn't such a tyrannical fuck that micromanages the shit out of everything and plays favorites. I knew from a very young age that not being a kiss ass would be a hard road to walk. Some of the people I work with are so far up my boss's ass I'm surprised he can take a shit. It's disgusting to see people with no backbone slithering around his chair like he's some kind of god. It's positively repellant. They're always bitching at their wives and lecturing their kids over the phone. Again, reppellant.

And I'm sick of hearing about how viewing porn fucked up his computer at home and his non stop commentary on gay marriage and the general state of women; I won't even get into his making reservations for lunch at the STRIP CLUB.

It's like fucking high school. Stop making comments on every woman that walks by, quit spraying your anti semitic bullshit, quit arguing with your wife over the phone, and for the love of god shut your fucking mouth about your political beliefs at work. Go home and get laid or take a day off to go shoot all your guns you talk so much about. Do something but for the love of god, LET ME DO MY FUCKING JOB IN PEACE. madgo_ron.gifmadgo_ron.gif

 

I feel a little better now.

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