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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post

i think every major city in the world is going to have drunk douches/douche-ettes roaming around at 1am on a saturday. hell i had to deal with drunk/high hipsters/L-train natives for half a decade (and thats any day of the week after 11pm).

but boston is a bit special when it comes to levels of drunkedness. i mentioned before about the women sitting around me [texting, drinking, not paying attention] during the redsox game? one of them had a mild case of cerebral palsy yet was still two-fisting cups of beers, shuffling her way back and forth from her seat to the beer stand/bathroom every inning. laugh.gif

I'm always blown away when I take the L train on a weekday at 1am how insanely crowded it is. It is pretty much no different than 5:30 on a weekday. WTF do these people do for living? confused.gif
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pB. weirdest dude ever.
post #53193 of 65895
Boston brings drunkeness to the next level. I've never had that sort of experience in NYC where it seemed like the people working in those hours were afraid of the residents.

It was like an old western, where the town folk batten down the hatches when the bad guy arrives on the scene.
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I'm always blown away when I take the L train on a weekday at 1am how insanely crowded it is. It is pretty much no different than 5:30 on a weekday. WTF do these people do for living? confused.gif

Live off their parent's money.
post #53195 of 65895
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I'm always blown away when I take the L train on a weekday at 1am how insanely crowded it is. It is pretty much no different than 5:30 on a weekday. WTF do these people do for living? confused.gif

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Live off their parent's money.

no pB is right, the crowded L train at 1am during weekdays is a strange phenomena. its not only just high/drunk hipsters, its regular people looking normal just commuting home. there's three major hospitals that have stations right on the L train so thats part of the answer. I'd commute home from the upper upper west side at 3am and the 1 train would be empty, but then transfer to the L train and even the 8th and 6th ave stops will have a steady stream of people coming in then boom 14th st USQ and its filled up with regular people... in the middle of the night... on a weekday.
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Originally Posted by Bhowie View Post

lol, someone tryed to get me to go to that last night.

GF's place?
post #53197 of 65895
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

Boston brings drunkeness to the next level. I've never had that sort of experience in NYC where it seemed like the people working in those hours were afraid of the residents.

It was like an old western, where the town folk batten down the hatches when the bad guy arrives on the scene.

Being drunk in Boston is great. It's almost as if Mel Johnson's dream of BoozeTown came to pass.

http://www.drunkard.com/issues/55/55-boozetown.html
post #53198 of 65895
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Originally Posted by LawrenceMD View Post


no pB is right, the crowded L train at 1am during weekdays is a strange phenomena. its not only just high/drunk hipsters, its regular people looking normal just commuting home. there's three major hospitals that have stations right on the L train so thats part of the answer. I'd commute home from the upper upper west side at 3am and the 1 train would be empty, but then transfer to the L train and even the 8th and 6th ave stops will have a steady stream of people coming in then boom 14th st USQ and its filled up with regular people... in the middle of the night... on a weekday.

I get to work earlier than most desk jockeys and I have noticed that the majority of the people I see on the L are natives (a lot of which transfer to the G at Lorimer) and people in scrubs. A lot of hospitals like you said along the L line, especially on the east side.
post #53199 of 65895
I do not know why people cannot think for their flipping selves. They come ask me the most asinine questions and wonder why I am tetchy.

Really, you don't know why the printer isn't working? ITS OUT OF FUCKING PAPER. You cannot find the PDF of a document on the network. Rather than just scanning the damn thing in again, you waste my time by lying to me that it was the only copy. GO SCAN THE DAMN THING IN.

Adrianna has not been sending you messages on the facebook and the money you sent her to buy a new laptop is gone. No one from Nigeria, any bank or oil company needs your help getting money out of their country and into ours. Oh – and you were not named as a beneficiary with instructions to distribute an unknown rich person’s money to charity. DO YOU REALLY NEED ME TO TELL YOU THIS IS A SCAM?

Stop coming to me and making a big deal out of problems where the solutions are axiomatic and then you may avoid my ire.
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That was me when I did desktop support. I once made someone cry in a similar situation.
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My cousin used to do desktop support and over the phone he couldn't figure out why somebody's monitor display was upside down and nothing would work to remedy it. He went to their desk and immediately noticed their monitor itself was upside down.
post #53203 of 65895
I once was talking a guy through installing a network card which wouldn't go in the slot. I yelled when he asked his secretary to pass him a hammer.
post #53204 of 65895
Thing is I am not an IT guy, I have a real job here to deal with. I didn't even own a computer until my second senior year in college. I just happen to "get" computers. To me most problems require no real computer knowledge, more like basic problem-solving skills that I feel highly educated people should have.

My problem is that I am dealing with intelligent people who are too lazy to wipe their own ass sometimes. Sure if your name is on the wall, you get an exception. But when you are the creepy guy that suddenly appears in your office and walks in on client meetings, pretending that the client isn't even there, I have no patience for your stupidity. To the 60 year old guy who demanded a mac (in an exclusive Windows Environment) so that he could feel like he is still relevant, but now complains that everything is laggy because he is running a VM of Windows, go die. I told you to get a Dell. Also, the corpse that works here, you are already dead, we are not getting rid of computers, so I have no patience for you. (Seriously, the man is like 80, looks like a skeleton and smells like embalming fluid. I am concerned he could be a zombie. It could be the beginning of the zombie apocalypse.)
post #53205 of 65895
You just stole the position of "forum curmudgeon" from me.
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