Originally Posted by Teger
greenfrog the more posts i read of yours the more i think you are retarded
hahaha, says the genius going to grad school for what was it? english? go occupy wall street.
Originally Posted by Biggskip
@GreenFrog The ability to make a good deck that is free from formatting errors is something that takes years of practice. You just started your job a few months ago, correct? The reality is, and don't take this the wrong way, but recent grads working in their first jobs don't know anything yet. I used to make mistakes like that all the time when I first started working. Now, when I watch younger people work, I cringe at how slow and inept they can be (not saying that you are this bad).
Sometimes I have to go all Nick Burns (Your Company's Computer Guy) on people and kick them off of their machines so that we can get work done on time and to the levels of professionalism that are required of our work. I always make it a point to go back after the fact and teach the youngins' how to do certain things and ways they can improve their performance going forward.
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yes, I started three months ago. I'm a fast learner so I definitely won't 'miss' these errors next time, but it was just frustrating because I could have avoided the situation altogether by not boasting that it should be 95% error-free.
Originally Posted by gort
At least he didn't try to sneak in how much money he is making in that post.
you're right -- I make 'bout tree fiddy.