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Why was David Letterman such a dick? - Mood:Good
Wednesday May 08 201912:57:16 AM |
I'm awake at 5:50, gross, so journal time.

I recently saw an interview of Richard Simmons by letterman and he was a total wad of dick. It was really awful to watch. Apparently it was a thing? Simmons was a regular and letterman always borderline cruel.


Starting my new job next week.

YouTube it. Share my wtfing.

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Not much to say - Mood:Good
Saturday April 20 20193:51:56 PM |
Just feeling weird. My former best friend's mom just posted on Facebook that her mom (my friend's grandma) passed away. She lived pretty far away but I met her a few times.

It feels odd to learn of her death through this means... We don't even talk anymore.

I don't really have much else to say.

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Noice - Mood:Good
Friday March 29 20194:38:32 PM |
I recently found out the raise I'd been promised before I took maternity leave (was meant to take place in April, so should have been in effect when I returned in September) never happened. And because I was working fewer hours and our paychecks don't actually list our pay rate, I never caught the error until looking at redundancy packages and comparing mine to others on the same pay scale.

I brought it up and was told that because the team leader who I discussed it with was no longer employed by the company, and because I hadn't caught the error sooner, and because the notes from my monthly meeting with my team leader are not legally binding, I could go f*ck myself.

I didn't care for this, so I filed a grievance about it.

Anyway, the result of the grievance was that they are going to pay me back pay from when the raise should have gone into effect.

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