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The government moves people around like socks in a drawer!
Our command is always moving at least one office a month - sometimes as many as 3-4! For what? At what price? Think about it - phones, LAN drops, business cards, movers, lost productivity(?!?)
If you want, you pay...
But, if you need, you pay more!
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I don't work in an office. This is the THIRD time, Woot. Why do you assume everyone works in an office? >
"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe." ~Albert Einstein
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I was an IT guy in an office shared with QA people and a QA manager. My desk had to go when the QA manager got his own private office. I got shoved into the server room with my machines.
No complaints here. No constant interruptions, and with my desk spot in the server room, nobody to look over my shoulder as I scanned Woot-offs. I could crank music as loud as I liked and I had control of the thermostat. It was pretty awesome.
Since that place closed, I'm IT for local government. I'm a one-man show, and all the perks still apply.
Listen to me now, or hear me say "I told you so" later.
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What the hell is this 'office' place you speak of?
I would say 'Good day,' but 'SUCK IT" sounds better...
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We are moving to a new building so we have to pack up everything and then everything will be moved to our new offices. We are not allowed in the bldg because there is not yet an occupancy permit so we will have access to our offices, with our stuff in boxes, about four days before the new semester begins and we begin teaching (college campus).
Erick R Williams
Only worry about the present. The past is over and the future will be the present soon enough