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    So how many of you are employees at work suposed to be working whilst you post here?

    I'm a good employee! :naughty:
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    44%
    Screw work :dance:
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    Total votes : 9

    Work work work

    Postby Kensai » 12 Jul 2010 13:00

    So how many of you are employees at work suposed to be working whilst you post here?
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    Re: Work work work

    Postby A Thing of Eternity » 12 Jul 2010 13:21

    Me. But I also work from home, which makes it easier for me to putz in and out of forums.
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    Re: Work work work

    Postby Serkanner » 12 Jul 2010 13:36

    I work at home (not very often) or at the office (too often). I go online during (coffee) breaks and Jacurutu is one of the few sites I visit then. I am a good employee because I know when to take breaks :wink:
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    Re: Work work work

    Postby lotek » 12 Jul 2010 15:10

    mine's a bit more complicated, I play my game to train a bit but the actual work is only done during patches to the game, once every two months :)
    That might change as I am going over the new project which needs more monitoring but at the moment it's cool!
    (right now I am posting from home though)
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    Re: Work work work

    Postby SandChigger » 12 Jul 2010 19:58

    I'm currently researching patterns of language usage in online forum communities. :dance:
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    Re: Work work work

    Postby Omphalos » 12 Jul 2010 20:16

    I'm punch drunk from work and often have trouble stringing together meaningful sentences.
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    Re: Work work work

    Postby Robspierre » 12 Jul 2010 20:45

    When I was at the theatre it was ok under my old boss if everything for closing was done for the night and all I was doing was waiting for the dumb ass hardcore three people watching Transylmania until 1 flippin AM.

    When I am in the classroom, the only computer stuff has to do with grades or some quick research on topic.

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    Re: Work work work

    Postby SandChigger » 12 Jul 2010 20:51

    Wow ... computer access in a regular classroom?! :shock:

    (I think most of our rooms have a wall jack somewhere these days, but I just can't be fooked carrying around the cables anymore. No projectors in most of the rooms I get stuck in, anyway. There was a cloud of oral flatulence a few years back about uni-wide WiFi, but nothing has come of it yet. :roll: )
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    Re: Work work work

    Postby nampigai » 13 Jul 2010 03:15

    I've asked for a raise since the inflation is eating up my salary I'm compensating by taking breaks more often.
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    Re: Work work work

    Postby smugetsu » 13 Jul 2010 08:21

    Posting this from work as we, um, speak. I don't post many things but I lurk a lot on my lunchbreak or first thing in the morning.

    Don't have internet at home yet (except for my Blackberry) so this is more or less my only option.
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    Re: Work work work

    Postby Eyes High » 14 Jul 2010 14:32

    Well I don't have a "paying" job, but I am at my mother-n-law's waiting for my neice to get off the school bus and I'm cooking their supper already so does that count????

    All I know is that I was very happy when my brother-in-law got this laptop so that I could go online while I was overhere for 14 hours at a time. Gotta have my Jacurutu fix even if I never post anything.
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    Re: Work work work

    Postby twistedmentat » 30 Jul 2010 02:35

    I'm at work now.... i have alot of downtime and i do spend alot time on here, but my work is always finished...might have to put a jacurutu line on my timesheet :D
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