The public has a right to know!

This is probably going to come back to bite me during my next performance appraisal

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30 thoughts on “The public has a right to know!

  1. miss M: It seemed like a perfectly legitimate line of enquiry at the time.

    dolce: Hey, I have nothing against weekend work. Some of my best friends work on weekends.

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  2. classic “did i say that outloud” moment. on the bright side? if you do that often enough, people will simply stop talking to you… unless they amused by you, then they’ll start following you around… building altars and all that rot.

    ps: got a hammer?

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  3. Omigosh I forgot I can build an altar too! Wish I had the courage to say that to my boss who regularly sends me emails on Saturday AND Sunday. My boss is a woman – guess her husband ain’t worth the bother.

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  4. I used to take work home over weekends at one stage. It ended the day that I asked my GM for her home e-mail address so that I could e-mail her an “extremely urgent” document for review, only to be told “I don’t work on weekends”. When in Rome, do as the Romans do, eh? ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  5. you should have set your alarm for 2h45 Sunday morning and sent him the following reply to his email… “i just got back from my date with your wife; promise to look at your request first thing Monday morning”

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  6. It’s people like you who keep we little gray people entertained at work hehehe… Although from a practical perspective you may want to have a bit of background info before making comments like that. Or were you aware that his wife is having an affair and are trying to commit corporate Harakiri?

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  7. stef: Seems a bit elaborate when I can simply adjust the date and time on my PC.
    terri: Sometimes you need to stir the pot and see what bubbles to the surface.
    uncle keith: Especially if it’s something like, “Look out! I can’t control this thing!”
    flutter: Ah. For a moment there I thought you were comparing me to Andrรฉ P. Brink.

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