tasks. I suppose the trick is to keep doing them and
not let them get OMG HUGE. Therefore, the spreadsheets
are getting pulled up at the beginning of the night
ready for me to start entering the stuff I can enter
as soon as I can enter it, and that way I will only
have to enter the time-sensitive stuff as it becomes
OMG. Just -- everything happens so fast. Today we are
having sample issues with one of the Spanish jobs.
Good job I trust my phone goons; they're a really
solid bunch. Though the one dude is often late.
The Queen Bee Monitor has found another job! I am sure
that the entire company will join me in wishing her
the best at her new job!
"There was an ass-whuppin', but no sue-ing." (On
whether a respondent was technically "irate" or not)
*Weirdest* request from a phone goon yet: "Can you
blow in my eye, please?!" Evidently there may have
been something stuck in her eye. And blowing on it was
the only thing she could think of to help. Oooookay.
The Hyper Guy had bounced up to me to ask me a
question when she came up in her tizzy; after she had
departed (thanking me), he asked, "...Could you...
blow in my ear?"
I cracked up, and considered his request to go and
take two drags on a cigarette more favorably.