Moving 300 Cases of Beer..

Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by michael, Sep 16, 2005.

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  1. michael

    michael FLORIDA > *

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    and 200 Cases of 20oz Sodas is taxing on your back :hs:

    At least I lift with my legs :o
     
  2. SteveO

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    nigga u gotta party goin down? I just got fired from my job, so I got the weekend available to cruise on down to O-TOWN
     
  3. nathanbx

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    what'd you do?
     
  4. SteveO

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    I was sitting around while other people were working, actually I wasn't "fired" but sent home, which is step one to being fired.

    Worst reason ever, but I was planning on quitting sometime this week anyways... fuckers can't live up to a promise on a raise, then I don't wanna work for them
     
  5. Phineas Q Stork

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    you should quit before they actually fire you
     
  6. jshively

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    I want to get fired for the severance package.
     
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    Severance is for getting laid off.

    You'll even have trouble getting unemployment if your fired.
     
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    Here it is for both. You get fired you get severance you get laid off you get severance.

    Of course it does not mean anything till after you have cleared like 5 years of employment.
     
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