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post #78721 of 86349
Sorry MrG.

You know what would pick you up? Another threesome with me and @nerdykarim.
post #78722 of 86349
I'm pretty sure one of my co-workers just had a family member pass. I know there's been some health issues and she's clearly been crying...
post #78723 of 86349
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

I'm pretty sure one of my co-workers just had a family member pass. I know there's been some health issues and she's clearly been crying...

 

Tell her "this is a place of business.  If you can't control your emotions, please leave."  That should help.

post #78724 of 86349
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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

Tell her "this is a place of business.  If you can't control your emotions, please leave."  That should help.

I stood in her doorway and angrily tapped my watch and said "time is money." I hope that helped the grieving process.
post #78725 of 86349
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All of the stupid bullshit at work has gotten to the point where my job has gone from one I enjoyed to one that leaves me with that oh-shit-it's-Monday-again feeling in the pit of my stomach. I dread coming in, and I've now been assigned so much work from empty positions (that no one is even trying to fill) that I'm having trouble doing my own work.
 

I forgot to include in my response rant.  We had an open rec for a new college grad position to take over a bunch of the crappy, tedious work, but my manager was too slow in getting filled and the company has gone ahead with a hiring freeze for the rest of the year.  I don't know which is worse - I guess your situation because at least there is certainty that I'm not getting help.

 

Meanwhile I have a coworker, who I have to help with basic Excel functions.  She can't even do a basic VLOOKUP.

post #78726 of 86349
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I stood in her doorway and angrily tapped my watch and said "time is money." I hope that helped the grieving process.

 

If that doesn't work, go for the sympathy sex to help the grieving process.  Prepare to crash the funeral.

post #78727 of 86349
You said "help." In what would would engaging in coitus with me be beneficial to anyone?
post #78728 of 86349
To help her realize that there are worse things in life than losing a loved one?
post #78729 of 86349
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post


I stood in her doorway and angrily tapped my watch and said "time is money." I hope that helped the grieving process.


Aren't you in newspapers? There's no money in newspapers lol. 

post #78730 of 86349
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Aren't you in newspapers?

Wrong again.
post #78731 of 86349

What do you mean again? This is the first time I've been wrong to the best of my knowledge. 

post #78732 of 86349
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

You said "help." In what would would engaging in coitus with me be beneficial to anyone?

 

The knowledge that she can never be that low again.  Plus she might learn to not make decisions while emotional.

post #78733 of 86349
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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

I forgot to include in my response rant.  We had an open rec for a new college grad position to take over a bunch of the crappy, tedious work, but my manager was too slow in getting filled and the company has gone ahead with a hiring freeze for the rest of the year.  I don't know which is worse - I guess your situation because at least there is certainty that I'm not getting help.

Meanwhile I have a coworker, who I have to help with basic Excel functions.  She can't even do a basic VLOOKUP.

Neo could do that between his homework.
post #78734 of 86349

East coast meetings when you live on the west coast. Hence me having to be at work at 6am today.

post #78735 of 86349
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Tell her "this is a place of business.  If you can't control your emotions, please leave."  That should help.

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