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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 09-18-2007, 10:14 AM
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and yes, i work a full time job, lol. scheduled hours are 9-5:30, but i come in anywhere around 9-9:30, take a 30 min lunch & then leave anywhere between 2-5, whenever i feel i've finished my work, lol. i've actually been wondering if & how it would effect my health insurance, since technically only full time (over 35 hours per week) employees are given benefits. i think our HR lady is too overwhelmed to be paying attention, so unless we get audited i think it'll be good. but yeah, i need to start working full hours again. it's not like i get paid enough to do as i please...
post #12 of 21 (permalink) Old 09-18-2007, 10:30 AM
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this payday is going to be like winning the lottery for me! 75 hours for the past two weeks, which is about 25 hours more than i've been putting in, lol! no wonder i'm in debt...
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Wow this thread is still being posted in, Woo Hoo my boredom inspired nonsense lives on...
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Wow this thread is still being posted in, Woo Hoo my boredom inspired nonsense lives on...
Yes, you have a dangerous mind! See how you caused untold suffering for employers the world over???

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I went skating on my mini today, and man, pumping on a 23.5" board is sketchy as heck.
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I went skating on my mini today, and man, pumping on a 23.5" board is sketchy as heck.
Oh, I can imagine! Crap that is a tiny board; that is why I'm not too keen on the Arbor Hybrid I have at 38", but 23.5" . You have bigger balls than a lot of guys I know, Jess

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Hahaha. It pays to be little...sometimes! The bushings are too soft, and the trucks are AWFUL too!
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my son's father bought him one of those tiny-ass boards for his birthday this year & i just laughed! (that's how lame my ex is, jeesh). in his mind he was thinking smaller boy, smaller board. but there's a point where small just becomes unusable! the thing is about impossible to stear! maybe it's just the trucks & not really the board. i told my son i'd get him a real board! i mean, it might be a lil too big for a year or two, but i think it'd be a hell of a lot better than trying to learn on one of those silly little things!

hell, tony hawk's kids were riding the pipe in diapers!
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my son's father bought him one of those tiny-ass boards for his birthday this year & i just laughed! (that's how lame my ex is, jeesh). in his mind he was thinking smaller boy, smaller board. but there's a point where small just becomes unusable! the thing is about impossible to stear! maybe it's just the trucks & not really the board. i told my son i'd get him a real board! i mean, it might be a lil too big for a year or two, but i think it'd be a hell of a lot better than trying to learn on one of those silly little things!

hell, tony hawk's kids were riding the pipe in diapers!
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thanks!

you shoulda seen when i was trying to show him how to pump. (my kids like to not give me the time of day, thinking i don't know) so he gave me a lil bit of a hard time & kept saying "i know how to do it, i know how to do it" kept trying & kept running into the grass. so he finally let me show him & i got on (if you can call it that, it is so tiny) and i showed him where he needs to put his foot so that he can pump with the other & still steer, where to put his foot once he gets going, and how to apply pressure side to side to keep it going straight (and not into the grass). anyway, when he saw me do this successfully he was like...wow, my mom can ride a skateboard!!! haha. i mean, he didn't actually say that, but his face kinda did
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