First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  Next  Last
Post Reply Do you love your job?
Posted 3/16/13
Good for you. I have always loved my job
29547 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
39 / M / Baltimore, Maryland
Offline
Posted 3/16/13

K-onfan1 wrote:


nnoland wrote:

Today after 12 years at my profession I finally hit what I call a golden moment. It's a point when you can say to yourself " I truly love my job!" I was given the opportunity to take on a difficult, painstaking, job that nobody else wanted to take on. Not only did the customer love the finished product but also bought me lunch, tipped REALLY WELL, and sent a friggin email to the owner of the company! Have you ever done something that you are beyond proud of, that you've put your heart into? If so than call it out to the heavens!!



Congrats you got a free lunch? Lol sounds exciting for sure....


And yes being a homeless bum is awesome


Also try hitting the quote button not respond


Thank you been trying to figure that trick out
17020 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
Offline
Posted 3/16/13

nnoland wrote:

Did I mention I cleared 57k last year kiddo! Homeless indeed harumph!


That's cool and all; and quite respectable income this day in age. But perhaps a response to someone with that type of attitude should perhaps be addressed in a way that doesn't involve numbers.
29547 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
39 / M / Baltimore, Maryland
Offline
Posted 3/16/13

Zenkodrai wrote:


nnoland wrote:

Did I mention I cleared 57k last year kiddo! Homeless indeed harumph!


That's cool and all; and quite respectable income this day in age. But perhaps a response to someone with that type of attitude should perhaps be addressed in a way that doesn't involve numbers.


You are very correct it was low of me to speak that way.
19469 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
15 / F
Offline
Posted 3/16/13
It's become fashionable to demonize the rich, but this is exactly why America needs wealthy people. A welfare recipient sure isn't gonna spend $8,000 on a garage door.
Banned
31569 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
34 / M / The Void.
Offline
Posted 3/16/13

trinkit wrote:

It's become fashionable to demonize the rich, but this is exactly why America needs wealthy people. A welfare recipient sure isn't gonna spend $8,000 on a garage door.


You seem really smart, but you have no idea how the world works. The top one percent of the people on this world that own the fucking planet think of you as a slave.
19186 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
On your screen.
Online
Posted 3/16/13
While people are wasting time demonizing the rich they could be figuring out how to become rich themselves.
Banned
31569 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
34 / M / The Void.
Offline
Posted 3/16/13

99android777 wrote:

While people are wasting time demonizing the rich they could be figuring out how to become rich themselves.


Money, hmph. Money on this world is being used as a form of control. Working for money that's not even worth more than the paper that it's made out of is slavery.
15276 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
28 / M / Bay Area CA
Offline
Posted 3/16/13
Love? No.
Like? No.
Tolerate? Yes.
15579 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
21 / M / Cardiff
Offline
Posted 3/16/13
I'll be honest with you I've been out of work for a while and i'd take pride in any job that people are willing to give me a chance at, times are tough at the moment and I need to make the most of it or go without.
19186 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
On your screen.
Online
Posted 3/16/13 , edited 3/16/13
Never mind...
29547 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
39 / M / Baltimore, Maryland
Offline
Posted 3/16/13

trinkit wrote:

It's become fashionable to demonize the rich, but this is exactly why America needs wealthy people. A welfare recipient sure isn't gonna spend $8,000 on a garage door.


True if it was not for the guy paying for the work myself and everybody involved (that's 15 hard working Americans) to craft this door. That. Means turn raw materials into a finished product. I cannot take full credit for the finished door because it was a team effort. However I can say that was the most painstaking install/custom door I've ever done. This thing was not made on an assembly line it was hand cut put together with love, pride, and one hell of a good sub shop ( the rare roast beef was beyond holy!) I took on the install after helping make the beast because I wanted it to be perfect. That's what this post was supposed to about! Have you ever had a job/endeavor/just something that you can be proud of.
19469 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
15 / F
Offline
Posted 3/16/13

nnoland wrote:

That's what this post was supposed to about! Have you ever had a job/endeavor/just something that you can be proud of.


OK, sorry, I'm proud of my sandwich-making skills, I can slice vegetables so thin that they are transparent and I’m rather good at sharpening knives too.
15845 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
24 / M / Chesapeake, VA
Offline
Posted 3/16/13 , edited 3/17/13
Yep. I love my job. Traveling the world, many times into very dangerous war-torn countries. It is actually very exciting. (International Journalist and War Correspondent)
First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  Next  Last
You must be logged in to post.