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post #61546 of 65679
People be spit in public, accompanied by a loud "ppppttttttooooo" noise for criminy sakes that is discreditable behavior (rough-hewn).
post #61547 of 65679
I'm watching Revolutionary Road its a depressing fucking movie - to which I started to think... oh shit... man, my wife and I moved from a fun place (brooklyn) to Connecticut too.. fuck i hope my wife and i don't be come the mexi-asian version of these motheruckers.
post #61548 of 65679
went out for beer last night, got home at 10:30 and watched wrestlemania on tv. no, undertaker losing didn't piss me off. what pissed me off is watching this thing till it ended well past 1:30 in the morning.
post #61549 of 65679
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Originally Posted by wojt View Post

Americans, so retarded

FTFY
post #61550 of 65679
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

People be spit in public, accompanied by a loud "ppppttttttooooo" noise for criminy sakes that is discreditable behavior (rough-hewn).

Don't be equating rough-hewn with discreditable or by Jiminy you'll angry up my blood.
post #61551 of 65679
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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post

went out for beer last night, got home at 10:30 and watched wrestlemania on tv. no, undertaker losing didn't piss me off. what pissed me off is watching this thing till it ended well past 1:30 in the morning.

The greatest moment in wrestling history occurred at Wrestlemania.

post #61552 of 65679
A major customer has decided, as many big companies are wont to do, to centralize their procurement through a clunky, heavily-customized software implementation.

As is typically the case, this pushes their internal administrative work onto their supplier (i.e. me), and probably accomplishes some short-term savings in the form of administrative staff reductions. There is probably added visibility to spend, which is leveraged into strong-arming key suppliers. Of course, as none of this is truly value-adding, and typically adds bureaucracy at the expense of flexibility, it will be hated by the field offices. In the short-term, it will impede them from reacting quickly to customer needs; in the long-term, they will begin to subvert the system; the fracturing will begin anew. It also alienates suppliers, and in spite of the leverage, in a way it may impede pricing negotiations; it costs more money for a supplier to administer the work. Further, by limiting flexibility, it tends to lock in certain suppliers (good for me!) at the expense of smaller ones that can't, or won't, sign up for the system.

All this is fine and good, only this time they've added insult through the fact that the third-party software supplier is charging us a monthly fee for the service! LOL.

I can almost envision GreenFrog selling clients on something like this.
post #61553 of 65679
Apparently, open at 9 am means that the doctors show up at 9 am, and the waiting room is open. Two patients in the clinic, and neither of us had been seen. Shouldn't you just at you open at 9:30, or 9:15, if you can't see anyone until 9:30?
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Originally Posted by ImTheGroom View Post

Apparently, open at 9 am means that the doctors show up at 9 am, and the waiting room is open. Two patients in the clinic, and neither of us had been seen. Shouldn't you just at you open at 9:30, or 9:15, if you can't see anyone until 9:30?
That would make too much sense. Besides they want you there, checked in, insurance paperwork updated, and ready to go when the doctor is ready. Put differently, they value the doctor's time more highly than yours.
Some offices are worse than others, obviously. I switched doctors because I got tired of them pulling crap line that.
post #61555 of 65679

I have a hat tan line to include the window because it was a velcro back hat. Fuck you people and your hair who don't know this shame. 

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Originally Posted by ImTheGroom View Post

Apparently, open at 9 am means that the doctors show up at 9 am, and the waiting room is open. Two patients in the clinic, and neither of us had been seen. Shouldn't you just at you open at 9:30, or 9:15, if you can't see anyone until 9:30?

HA! I had court scheduled for sentencing this morning at 8:30. I had to be there at 8:30, so of course I was, hungover and all. What time did that cunt Judge show up? 9:20. Then she spends a half hour sentencing 1 defendant (most sentencing hearings take 5 minutes or less), just completely fucking up everybody's day. But that's the privilege of elected office with virtually unlimited power.

Judges are the worst thing about practicing law. Fucking terrible.
post #61557 of 65679
Haha. I'm taking a supply chain management class and it seems every company that has improved their supply chain management shared software (usually inventory management) with their suppliers
post #61558 of 65679
That sucks Harvey. I've never really bought the concept of elected judges, personally. I don't think I,or most people, have the necessary knowledge to make an informed choice. But I digress.

I've now been in the exam room for15 minutes. Good thing I'm not busy today. The poster did remind me to get checked for something else I've been neglecting as well. (Bring on the "does it burn?" jokes.)
post #61559 of 65679
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HA! I had court scheduled for sentencing this morning at 8:30. I had to be there at 8:30, so of course I was, hungover and all. What time did that cunt Judge show up? 9:20. Then she spends a half hour sentencing 1 defendant (most sentencing hearings take 5 minutes or less), just completely fucking up everybody's day. But that's the privilege of elected office with virtually unlimited power.

Judges are the worst thing about practicing law. Fucking terrible.

Calculate how much of the people's money she wastes turning up to work late: release this information to her enemies when she is up for reelection.
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Calculate how much of the people's money she wastes turning up to work late: release this information to her enemies when she is up for reelection.

I tried a similar argument with a Magistrate a few months ago. Argued the case should be dismissed at the Preliminary Hearing because it obviously wouldn't survive a suppression challenge (the Magistrate isn't allowed to suppress evidence, that has to be done by a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas at a later time). Calculated some costs about Judge's salary, DA's salary, docket costs, my fees, the Magistrate didn't dismiss but praised my original argument. Then got it thrown out later.
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