...Those wacky heterosexuals. And that's what I said. "You wacky heterosexuals."
Punching out the wacky heterosexual co-workers bad.
Comic Pirate Super pointed out that Brokeback Mountain is a bestseller. Ha-ha.
"Burning resentment" is probably not the best emotion to have. Trendy Chick thinks that it would make a good song title.
Thank you, obnoxious phone goon who won't read the survey as written.
"Mike Jones" is here and alive and has behaved himself so far.
(Backstory: Evidently there's this rap artist named Mike Jones. Since I am not a particular listener of rap music, I missed this, and have only been exposed to the stylings of Mr. Jones by means of my co-workers intermittently moaning out "Mike JOOOOOOOONNNNES!" as if it has some particular meaning or other. This has come to be a sort of workplace cliché of some sort -- almost any occasion can be livened up by someone hollering "Mike JONES!")
Yesterday, "the kid", one of the newer interviewers, took it into his head to introduce himself as "Mike JOOOOONNNNES", in that exact same intonation. Identical intonation on the identical name is either a conspiracy or a meme. He was the one who was also talking with a teen about crack and where to find it (evidently Circle K is a hotspot, which does not surprise me).
His monitor report today indicated that he'd calmed down a lot overnight. Not surprising when you've just earned the worst score in the building.
May not write "wackiness ensued" as part of a monitor report.
Even with "Mike Jones".
(Respondent was being a dick. One of the common ways of being a dick on $ISSUE_SIDE_JOB is claiming that teens live, or lived, in the household, but making implausible and/or illegal claims about their whereabouts and/or fate. This dick was claiming that he'd sent the teen(s) out for cigarettes and/or beer, and that he did not know when a good time to call back was, because the teen(s) had a meeting with their probation officer. "Mike" does not have enough experience in the way of twit respondents to deal with this effectively. Wackiness ensued. Even though I can't say so on the monitor report.)