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Rebel Yell
01-25-2010, 08:46 AM
We're trying to dry out from the past weeks rains.


TOTD: What little things just really piss you off for no reason?


I guess the number one thing right now is that little guy, Matt Roloff. Something about his voice just really irritates me.

lacarnut
01-25-2010, 09:07 AM
Looks like a warm sunny day here. I have been productive this morning. Mailed bills, deposited a check and woofed down a Burger King croisandwich.

TOTD: Things that piss me off are those jackasses that drive with a cell phone glued to their ear that do not pay attention to where they are going.

Gingersnap
01-25-2010, 10:50 AM
It's clear and cold although we had a lot of snow up the road this weekend. Now it looks like I should have gone skiing. :mad:

TOTD: I'm not a fan of cow-like behavior in public spaces. Assume that someone else may want to use the aisle your 300+ pound ass is blocking. It's a store - not a stall. Don't stop dead in the middle of the aisle to better experience the hypno-wonders of New Caramel Crunchie Cereal; pull over a little.

If you work in a secure environment, try to remember that it's secure 24 hours a day. They don't have Free Pass Hour when you happen to stroll up in the morning. This would save all of us an irritating wait while you search all 17 pockets, purses, backpacks, lunch totes, and messenger bags for your access card.

If I'm waiting line or in a reception area and I'm reading a book, using a calculator, or working on a laptop or PDA, this is a social signal that indicates my lack of interest in your kids, the weather, or how the team did this weekend. Please observe this signal.

Consecutive right hand turns will actually get you pointed left if you do enough of them. This will free you from the exciting challenge of cutting across three lanes of traffic to make that all important left hand turn coming up in a 100 feet.

While I really like Hoku's "Perfect Day", I'd rather listen to through my ear buds, not yours. If I can hear your music from 5 feet away, you're too loud.

RobJohnson
01-25-2010, 10:59 AM
It's clear and cold although we had a lot of snow up the road this weekend. Now it looks like I should have gone skiing. :mad:

TOTD: I'm not a fan of cow-like behavior in public spaces. Assume that someone else may want to use the aisle your 300+ pound ass is blocking. It's a store - not a stall. Don't stop dead in the middle of the aisle to better experience the hypno-wonders of New Caramel Crunchie Cereal; pull over a little.

If you work in a secure environment, try to remember that it's secure 24 hours a day. They don't have Free Pass Hour when you happen to stroll up in the morning. This would save all of us an irritating wait while you search all 17 pockets, purses, backpacks, lunch totes, and messenger bags for your access card.

If I'm waiting line or in a reception area and I'm reading a book, using a calculator, or working on a laptop or PDA, this is a social signal that indicates my lack of interest in your kids, the weather, or how the team did this weekend. Please observe this signal.

Consecutive right hand turns will actually get you pointed left if you do enough of them. This will free you from the exciting challenge of cutting across three lanes of traffic to make that all important left hand turn coming up in a 100 feet.

While I really like Hoku's "Perfect Day", I'd rather listen to through my ear buds, not yours. If I can hear your music from 5 feet away, you're too loud.

Wow, you let alot of shit bother you. :p

What are you doing in the cereal aisle? :eek::D


The sun is working it's way up and so am I. Work is right around the corner and I will spend the daylight hours there. Mondays are crazy busy so it will move by quickly.

TOTD: I'm pretty laid back, but depending on my mood, pain level, or fatigue I can snap at just about anything stupid.

Gingersnap
01-25-2010, 11:03 AM
Wow, you let alot of shit bother you. :p

What are you doing in the cereal aisle? :eek::D


The sun is working it's way up and so am I. Work is right around the corner and I will spend the daylight hours there. Mondays are crazy busy so it will move by quickly.

TOTD: I'm pretty laid back, but depending on my mood, pain level, or fatigue I can snap at just about anything stupid.

While I dislike these things, rest assured that thinking about them takes roughly .00000001% of my average week.

I'm the cereal aisle buying tea. You don't think I'd actually purchase cow-food for human consumption, do you? :D

PoliCon
01-25-2010, 01:33 PM
TOTD: when people do private things in public and then demand privacy while they do them. Pisses me right off. :mad: If you're gonna breastfeed in public - you'd best be prepared to be watched. If you're gonna have a cell phone conversation in public - be prepared to have people listen. If you're going to fight with your girlfriend in public - expect an audience.

Shannon
01-25-2010, 06:36 PM
It's still slightly chilly here.

TOTD: Everything pisses me off.;)

Bubba Dawg
01-25-2010, 08:12 PM
Wow, you let alot of shit bother you. :p

What are you doing in the cereal aisle? :eek::D


The sun is working it's way up and so am I. Work is right around the corner and I will spend the daylight hours there. Mondays are crazy busy so it will move by quickly.

TOTD: I'm pretty laid back, but depending on my mood, pain level, or fatigue I can snap at just about anything stupid.

You said it. This thread may be therapeutic for Ginger. Cathartic or whatever.

I mean in addition to the meds. :D

RobJohnson
01-26-2010, 01:08 AM
I just got out of the hot tub & it's chilly out.

Work was hell, stuff kept breaking down...I've typed up more fix it and help desk tickets today then I have in a long time. We were behind all day.

PoliCon
01-26-2010, 03:04 AM
TOTD: Another thing that pisses me off is insomnia. :mad:

RobJohnson
01-29-2010, 12:57 AM
TOTD: Another thing that pisses me off is insomnia. :mad:

I agree.