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20 September 2003 @ 01:37 pm
Gorilla in a happy mood...  
Lots of posting and lots of conversing makes for a happy me. Fuck that crappy mood I was in earlier. Even now that I have to deal with a lot of customers, I'm still doing alright.

Now, if only everyone else would post to give me more things to read! If you don't, though, oh well. I've got Zhuangzi to keep me company, too. Lay that Dao on me, man.
 
 
Mood: uplifted
 
 
 
Corpsus Hypertexticusspacemummy on September 20th, 2003 10:55 am (UTC)
May I ask how you and Bibble manage to post and work at the Mall all day? I find it incredible. Do you use a PDA with wireless or something or are you just extremely stealthy with the technology at hand?
Mellenabsentmammoth on September 20th, 2003 11:12 am (UTC)
We're just lucky bastards...
We have unrestricted internet access on the computers we use to activate the gift cards, which is an internet-reliant process. Our boss is a swell fellow, and as long as we're doing inappropriate things, like looking at porn in front of children or downloading stuff off Kazaa, we're free to do most anything we want on these computers...type papers, do research, e-mail, journal, play games, whatever. The people who work in the mall office basically do the same thing all day, so they're cool with us doing it too. When there aren't a lot of customers, therefore, we have plenty of time to post.
Corpsus Hypertexticus: bubblemummyspacemummy on September 20th, 2003 11:27 am (UTC)
Now I know what makes the job bearable.
Mellenabsentmammoth on September 20th, 2003 11:28 am (UTC)
Oh yeah. We could always read or play games, but the addition of the internet with the new system helps the time really fly by.
Corpsus Hypertexticus: wonderspacemummy on September 20th, 2003 11:07 am (UTC)
Don't worry, I haven't been hired by mall security.
Mellenabsentmammoth on September 20th, 2003 11:14 am (UTC)
Mall security longs for us to take potty breaks so THEY can use the computers. I think it's the highlight of their day.