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1. Fun with Repetition and more!
So I am getting somewhat frustrated dealing with certain thi gs and certain people where I work. I mentioned yesterday about how I was given 3 deployments that were due yesterday without being given advanced notice so I could image the computers in time. This problem was caused by someone I shall refer to as Mr. J (no, not the Joker). Today, Mr. J figures he wants to turn me into a broken record. His predecessor had a similar problem with a lot of us before being replaced. I finally caught up with one of the deployments from yesterday as I had enough time to image the machine and all to deploy it. Upon my return to the office, he decides to pester me and ask if I had deployed that machine yet. I told him I did. Here we are about 4 hours later. He just asked me again if it was done. I told him yes again, despite the fact he can see this request in our ticket system (clearly listed in a Closed status). I love when people listen to me.
[By: KrazerKap / 2014-11-25]
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  • Todays letter kids, is "J". "J" is for "Jackass", "Jerkoff" and, "Jaghole". Tune in tomorrow for the letter "F". -Stryker One

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