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Subject: Re: The "Things I Will Not Miss" Threa Date: 3/12/2007 2:57 PM
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The commute. (Hope to ditch this soon anyways, well prior to retiring.)

I'm stuck with mine for the foreseeable future: hate it.

Mine is only fifteen minutes, but that's fifteen minutes longer than I want. I worked from home for eleven years and loved it. I am actually considering a somewhat downward move that would transfer me to an office close enough to walk home for lunch -- and, ironically, pay more. At least I'd get to see my dog during daylight hours.

Sharing bathrooms sucks anyway.

One of the first things I learned here was never to enter the unisex bathroom for at least half an hour after the fat bald guy with the magazine emerges.


Should last no more than ten minutes, period. If you have more to say, put it in writing and pass it around. If someone else has something to say, tell him to put it in writing.

Getting up at a particular time every weekday.

Sucks, but doesn't affect me too much, chronic insomniac that I am. Unless I'm hung over, then it's brutal.

Mean co-workers.

We call one of the managers Sybill. 'Nuff said.

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