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post #76 of 167
Between 8-9.

10-11 on the weekends.
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Originally Posted by Piobare 
Seeing the occasional outlier but things do look highly predictive. One adjustment for something along the lines of people that start late but do 10+ hour days on a regular basis and the model looks even more predictive.

You seem to be trying hard to justify those 5A-9P days. Sorry, dude.
post #77 of 167
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Between 8-9.

10-11 on the weekends.
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Originally Posted by Piobare 
Seeing the occasional outlier but things do look highly predictive. One adjustment for something along the lines of people that start late but do 10+ hour days on a regular basis and the model looks even more predictive.

You seem to be trying hard to justify those 5A-9P days. Sorry, dude.

Lulz at the thought I feel the need to justify anything. I calls them as I sees them. .
post #78 of 167
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Seeing the occasional outlier but things do look highly predictive. One adjustment for something along the lines of people that start late but do 10+ hour days on a regular basis and the model looks even more predictive.

Yeah, I would think that just a straight "hours worked" correlation would be stronger than time of waking.

Although, I wonder if it would breakdown if you went down the economic chain -- i.e. someone working two or three minimum-wage jobs, then a dip in hours worked in the middle where you get a bunch of people working 9-5, and then a bunch of professionals working exhaustive hours.
post #79 of 167
Work smarter not longer.

Of course when your revenue stream is driven by billable hours you just have to do both...work smarter to drive up the billable rate, but then the incentive is still there to work more.

My company is technically on a 35 hour week...
post #80 of 167
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Lulz at the thought I feel the need to justify anything. I calls them as I sees them. .

Actually, the luz is on you. Your posts in this thread reek of self-justification and some sort of snobbery at being a wage slave:
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Originally Posted by Piobaire 
You have to be shitting me. 5:30am here. Some nights I do not get home until 9pm.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire 
Reading this thread it seems to me that affluence is highly predictive of what time a person rises. Probably a shitty sample universe but still interesting.

You feel "affluence" (as judged by what, what people have posted on a clothing forum?) is signified by leaving for work before light and coming home after dark? Really? Apparently most of you live on your knees. People are proud that they are expected to answer their bosses e-mails at 6:00 AM? Proud of the "cache" (extra lulz) at being the first in and the last out, also known as the most inefficient worker?

Hilarious.
post #81 of 167
I work early, but not long, fwiw.
post #82 of 167
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I work early, but not long, fwiw.

Is this a function of having to deal with timezones east of you?
post #83 of 167
I wake up at 6:40-ish. At my desk by 7:30. Leave when I have to, never before 5:30.
post #84 of 167
If I had to wake up at 5 a.m. or 6 a.m. or whatever other god-forsaken hour some of you wake up at every day, I would jump off a bridge.
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Is this a function of having to deal with timezones east of you?

Aye.
post #86 of 167
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If I had to wake up at 5 a.m. or 6 a.m. or whatever other god-forsaken hour some of you wake up at every day, I would jump off a bridge.

+fucking 1. Jesus christ.
post #87 of 167
This thread should be renamed "The Lazy Lima Bean Thread".
post #88 of 167
Awake around 7. Drop the kids off around 8. At work by 8:30.
post #89 of 167
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Lulz at the thought I feel the need to justify anything. I calls them as I sees them. .

Actually, the luz is on you. Your posts in this thread reek of self-justification and some sort of snobbery at being a wage slave:
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Originally Posted by Piobaire 
You have to be shitting me. 5:30am here. Some nights I do not get home until 9pm.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire 
Reading this thread it seems to me that affluence is highly predictive of what time a person rises. Probably a shitty sample universe but still interesting.

You feel "affluence" (as judged by what, what people have posted on a clothing forum?) is signified by leaving for work before light and coming home after dark? Really? Apparently most of you live on your knees. People are proud that they are expected to answer their bosses e-mails at 6:00 AM? Proud of the "cache" (extra lulz) at being the first in and the last out, also known as the most inefficient worker?

Hilarious.

Lulz. I am the boss.

Oh snap.
post #90 of 167
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Originally Posted by odoreater View Post

If I had to wake up at 5 a.m. or 6 a.m. or whatever other god-forsaken hour some of you wake up at every day, I would jump off a bridge.

+fucking 1. Jesus christ.

Yeah, that whole having a career thing is rough, Rambo. You should try it.
Edited by Piobaire - 1/27/12 at 7:45pm
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