Monday, November 14, 2016

Im' Gonna Be All Fucked Up

Starting in on the 12 hour shifts today.
As if that isn't bad enough, they are fucking up my daily schedule in a big way to do it. Normally Swing shift is 3 PM to 11 PM.
Now I am going in at 6 PM and working until 6 AM.
That pretty much throws my 24 hour schedule off by one third.
I am going to be dragging ass and useless, some genius thinks this is a great idea too.
On top of that we get some NFG ( New Fucking Guy ) who is very young and has no idea of what is going on we are going to have to watch.
Yay.
See ya's when I see ya's.

4 comments:

  1. Yep, BTDT, and it sucks big time!

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  2. "poor monkey!"

    Wildflower

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  3. Indeed. IT doth suck largely.

    Only thing worse is working around the clock in 2 weeks. 8-4 then 4-12 then 12-8 then 8-4. Took me 3 weeks to recover.

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  4. Good luck sir, I hope the newbie doesn't cause chingos of problems. Every one of us has been there at some point of time, just call it 'passing it forward'.

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