This space for rent

Posting will be sparse for awhile due to conditions beyond my control. Seems my employer is serious about deadlines, and getting work out.

I don't remember signing anything like that when I got hired?


  1. What a dick. Do you want me to talk to him?

  2. Clearly these people you work for need to re-think their priorities.


  3. I was just cursing work and real life responsibilities recently, too. Let's start a petition to outlaw shit like that.

  4. CRAPOLA!! That just doesn't seem right.

  5. Anonymous5:57 PM

    Why do employers have to expect people to actually work? That takes all of the fun out of it.

    Thanks for your nice comments, by the way!!

  6. Anonymous6:43 PM

    That is exactly why I don't like to work - bosses and work. Damn it! But don't stay away too long. Only one of us can slack off blogging and it seems I've been taking the lead on that.

  7. Oh how I sympathize with you. I've bee MIA, too, trying to keep up with court-imposed deadlines.

    Can't wait to get back to goofiing off... er... I mean, blogging.

    In the words of Homer Simpson:
    "Work sucks!"

  8. I was just coming over to your blog when you commented on mine. It sucks about deadlines, doesn't it? I'm so glad I'm a pion, no deadlines for me, just deadbeats. I usually work the graveyard shift too, so no pressure there.

  9. That looks like a Chicago Streets and Sanitaion Work crew! Usually there's one guy reading a newspaper, another guy asleep in the blue truck, two standing around talking and one, usually a very young guy, doing actual work. There's a joke here in Chicago-- what's Blue, got six wheels and sleeps four? A Streets and Sanitation Department truck.

  10. The NERVE! I can't believe they actually want you to work! Stupid employers.

    Hope to see you soon!

  11. That's a hilarious pic & caption, although it's probably not as funny if you're Chris.


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