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 Post subject: Back to Work
PostPosted: Mon Jan 01, 2007 12:22 pm 
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Although I was at my desk between XMas and NY it was kind of chilled got some things done left to myself.

But tomorrow, management will return clapping their hands together, rubbing them and grinning let's make 2007 a greeeaaat year! They will have had something like "Management for Dummies" in their XMas stocking and will be brim-full of blue-skies thinking, green-fields planning and brown-nosed emails.

And I was going to be less cynical in 2007.

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 Post subject: Re: Back to Work
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redziller wrote:
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Although I was at my desk between XMas and NY it was kind of chilled got some things done left to myself.

But tomorrow, management will return clapping their hands together, rubbing them and grinning let's make 2007 a greeeaaat year! They will have had something like "Management for Dummies" in their XMas stocking and will be brim-full of blue-skies thinking, green-fields planning and brown-nosed emails.

And I was going to be less cynical in 2007.


It would appear that upper management is the same, regardless of profession. Grit your teeth, gird your loins and drink heavily!

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 Post subject: Re: Back to Work
PostPosted: Mon Jan 01, 2007 2:35 pm 
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and will be brim-full of blue-skies thinking, green-fields planning and brown-nosed emails.

Ahh don't you just love management-speak. One of the guys at work uses it in staff meetings, the rest of us, who've come up through the ranks, give him a rough ride about it and rightly so. He doesn't seem to realise that he sounds a right winner using it. :roll:


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I've heard many people saying today that, starting the 2nd, their work or school starts again.

I'm more fortunate, I have vacation till December 8th.


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I've heard many people saying today that, starting the 2nd, their work or school starts again.

I'm more fortunate, I have vacation till December 8th.


A year off? ;) that's what I call a holiday

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Rico wrote:
I've heard many people saying today that, starting the 2nd, their work or school starts again.

I'm more fortunate, I have vacation till December 8th.


A year off? ;) that's what I call a holiday


haha, January 8th, sorry. :lol: :wink:


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Rico wrote:
24db wrote:
Rico wrote:
I've heard many people saying today that, starting the 2nd, their work or school starts again.

I'm more fortunate, I have vacation till December 8th.


A year off? ;) that's what I call a holiday


haha, January 8th, sorry. :lol: :wink:


lol...damn I was going to apply for a job in Romania right-a-way :D

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24db wrote:
Rico wrote:
24db wrote:
Rico wrote:
I've heard many people saying today that, starting the 2nd, their work or school starts again.

I'm more fortunate, I have vacation till December 8th.


A year off? ;) that's what I call a holiday


haha, January 8th, sorry. :lol: :wink:


lol...damn I was going to apply for a job in Romania right-a-way :D


more like school... :)


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I will return in my work 9th January 2007 :)

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I will return in my work 9th January 2007 :)


Nice break Theo. Sadly, because of my shift pattern, it's normal for me to work on public holidays. Got today off though! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Back to Work
PostPosted: Mon Jan 01, 2007 8:12 pm 
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redziller wrote:
and will be brim-full of blue-skies thinking, green-fields planning and brown-nosed emails.

Ahh don't you just love management-speak. One of the guys at work uses it in staff meetings, the rest of us, who've come up through the ranks, give him a rough ride about it and rightly so. He doesn't seem to realise that he sounds a right winner using it. :roll:


Give no quarter 8)

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Holidays are over far to quickly for my liking...............trouble is people create far too much rubbish :cry: :( :cry:

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Back at work at the moment. :cry:


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Holidays are over far to quickly for my liking...............trouble is people create far too much rubbish :cry: :( :cry:


I have to agree Colin Xmas week is always a nightmare for us.


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Absolutely dead at our place today - how boring! all i could think about was what's going to new on the TD site when I get home!?.
Unlike our refuse collector friends, the need for more shopping trollies after xmas is always minimal! Yes i work in a factory maiking the bloody things!. Well some one has to do it!


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