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Today at work

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Message 41 - posted by U3220267, Feb 2, 2007

I'm not trying to impress(who are 'we' exactly? you seem to be in the minority here)

It's all about pride and self esteem and you seem to be lacking in both.

But then again you can't educate pork can you?

,you certainly don't get thought of any better for having a goody two shoes i've not been off work ill for thirty years attitude,are we meant to be impressed by that? more fool you!

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Message 42 - posted by gaye_device, Feb 2, 2007

i think it also shows an "interesting" side to bayingblade's personality....one that seems to permeate a lot of people in society.the one of "i'm better than you cos of my job..blah blah.." my job may not be the most fantastically paid job in the world,but at least it is one that helps people via transfusions and blood products. i was simply having a go at the private corporate industries that do treat people like trash and just produce low quality garbage that fills our department stores and shops.(remember,there are all sorts of people on here,serious debaters,wind up merchants, bigots,all not flawless...) ;-)
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Message 43 - posted by Gizmiester, Feb 8, 2007

I don't know about anyone else, but I'm not playing the 'my job is better than yours' card. My earlier posts was commenting on people that take loads of days off then complain when they get pulled for it. As I said, if they are genuine sick days then fair enough but there are a lot of people that take days off just coz they can't be bothered. This then moves workloads onto other people and the ones having the day off really don't care.

I'm not trying to preach like a thatcherite or anything, it's simple work ethics. But as said, sometimes it doesn't count for diddly squat if you don't have says off sick.
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Message 44 - posted by U3220267, Feb 8, 2007

And which are you?

.(remember,there are all sorts of people on here,serious debaters,wind up merchants, bigots,all not flawless

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Message 45 - posted by 'ampshire 'og, Feb 10, 2007

I'm a seriously bigoted debater. <biggrin>

Hi Rob, hope all well with you <ok>
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Message 46 - posted by frodo_caveman, Feb 10, 2007

I'm sure you would. Then you could take days off together, passing your workload on to your more conscientious fellow workers, and sit around discussing how successful your reality bypass operations have been.

Get a life and a proper job you sad ****.

yeah, alright, i will. lets hope you don't need an operation anytime soon. or your nearest and dearest. do you have anything else up your sleave? or are you just going to concentrate on being personal??
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Message 47 - posted by frodo_caveman, Feb 10, 2007

sorry, that was a quote on the top of that message that was posted from mark the owl, a while back. this debate has just caught my eye again
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