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sugarbutch

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So how is this different than when you were working?
Have you not been paying attention? He hasn't been allowed to phone it in. He's actually had to be on-site, wearing oppressive PPE for hours on end. Please do try to keep up.

;)
 

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I’d like to hear from resident hard worker get off my lawn guy @Numbernine about phoning it in after resignation.
Honestly I could count the number of home calls made to or from work over 30 years on one hand. I don't know about other locals but it was something that was just not tolerated in ours. Resignation usually went like this " Hey I won't be coming in after today. "
 

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Have you not been paying attention? He hasn't been allowed to phone it in. He's actually had to be on-site, wearing oppressive PPE for hours on end. Please do try to keep up.

;)
You actually have no idea how much I'm looking forward to not wearing an N95 all day. Try it for just one 10 hour stretch and let me know how ya like it.
 

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You actually have no idea how much I'm looking forward to not wearing an N95 all day. Try it for just one 10 hour stretch and let me know how ya like it.
When doing more involved carpentry/home reno projects, I've worn them for about six hours at once. So, no thanks.
 

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Making me happy is the thought of soon cycling M-W-F every morning. I'll lift weights T-Th in the morning. Afternoons will be getting a couple of certifications for Medicare compliance/billing that I hope to specialize in come next spring.
 

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More than I can count. Beats a respirator or SCBA
 

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This deep dive into cooking and food history has led me to an entirely new flavor set. And it's amazing.
 

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