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2013-05-23 11:35:32 PM
Yeah, this one could be a popcorn kind of thread.
 
2013-05-23 11:42:13 PM
I've worked on holidays and over weekends so parents can spend time with their children, in the interest of equity and to be a good co-worker. But I've also had colleagues argue that they should get every Christmas off "because I have children."

Uhh, maybe instead of fighting amongst one another about who should get well-deserved time off, we should instead demand that time off for everyone.
 
2013-05-23 11:42:59 PM
Yeah. I use my PTO to do that.

So this c*nt can go suck someone's asshole.
 
2013-05-23 11:58:14 PM
Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.
 
2013-05-24 12:11:59 AM

ecmoRandomNumbers: Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.


You got yourself started.  But please don't let me stop you.  I enjoy a good anti-smoker rant.
 
2013-05-24 12:19:56 AM

xlbrooklyn: ecmoRandomNumbers: Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.

You got yourself started.  But please don't let me stop you.  I enjoy a good anti-smoker rant.


With a smoker argument in a parenting thread all we need now is someone complaining about people taking time off to either have, or continue to not have, a circumcision.
 
2013-05-24 12:22:10 AM

pizen: xlbrooklyn: ecmoRandomNumbers: Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.

You got yourself started.  But please don't let me stop you.  I enjoy a good anti-smoker rant.

With a smoker argument in a parenting thread all we need now is someone complaining about people taking time off to either have, or continue to not have, a circumcision.


I'm thinking about getting my cat declawed. That cool with everyone? I mean, she's an indoor-outdoor cat, but I don't want her f*cking up my furniture.
 
2013-05-24 12:30:07 AM
When I manage a place, I get all sorts of reasons to leave early. From band practice, to kids' recital, to gallery opening, to concerts, parents coming into town, dates, movers coming, and you know what? I work with folks to make sure the shift is covered, and so long as everything is taken care of, and folks are good with covering for them, drive on. Kids? Yup, it's a good reason. Kids are sick? Good reason. Parent is sick and you want to check on them? Good reason. If you are such a selfish human that you can't understand that sometimes folks have other things going on their life than a deadline or a bunch of file work, or even in my business which is sort of dependent upon having enough skilled folks on a line to take care of things, then maybe you need to work for yourself and take others out of the picture. Or you can man the f*ck up and stop seeing others getting things that you aren't getting like a f*cking four year old, you whining little Sally.

Personal time. Folks sometimes need it. For a variety of reasons. Be that because they've got a bike run that they really want to get to. Or a concert. Or maybe they need to pick up some medicine on the way home and need to get out before the pharmacy closes. Or they need to get to the gottverdammt ICU because someone just admitted that they care about. So long as you have some lead time, you can prepare for it. So long as the work is covered, and the folks who you are covering for return the favor, drive on. When childcare is an issue, I try to work with folks. Because that's what you do. You do it, because you hope like Hells that they'll do the same for you. Or even when you want to duck work and meet some friends who are blowing into town early.

The important thing is: is the work getting done? Not a mark on the clock, but is the work getting done? If someone isn't pulling their weight and needs more time, then you need to reassess their workload. If folks need a regular early day out, then you prepare for it. And you make sure that the personal time is well distributed. I encourage "well" days as well as sick days. So long as everyone knows that a shift needs covered, and folks are willing to do it, and that means that sometimes I step in and do the shift on top of my own, because I know that folks will cover for me too.

It's called teamwork. Try it. Or maybe you can whine that you're not getting your cookie at the same time that others are. Because that's so attractive and shows your willingness to be a part of team...
 
2013-05-24 12:31:36 AM

Shostie: pizen: xlbrooklyn: ecmoRandomNumbers: Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.

You got yourself started.  But please don't let me stop you.  I enjoy a good anti-smoker rant.

With a smoker argument in a parenting thread all we need now is someone complaining about people taking time off to either have, or continue to not have, a circumcision.

I'm thinking about getting my cat declawed. That cool with everyone? I mean, she's an indoor-outdoor cat, but I don't want her f*cking up my furniture.


That all depends on your cat's opinion on tattoos vis-a-vis douchebagginess.
 
2013-05-24 12:34:02 AM

pizen: xlbrooklyn: ecmoRandomNumbers: Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.

You got yourself started.  But please don't let me stop you.  I enjoy a good anti-smoker rant.

With a smoker argument in a parenting thread all we need now is someone complaining about people taking time off to either have, or continue to not have, a circumcision.


I took a couple of days off to get a vasectomy, does that count for anything?

Also, people in my office take time off for their kid's stuff pretty regularly, be it teacher meetings, graduations, being sick, whatever.  I take time for personal stuff, too, when I need to.  No one has said shiat to me about it.

I take a few days around Christmas off, too, and I'm an atheist with no kids.  Want the days?  Schedule your vacation now.
 
2013-05-24 12:35:27 AM

Shostie: pizen: xlbrooklyn: ecmoRandomNumbers: Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.

You got yourself started.  But please don't let me stop you.  I enjoy a good anti-smoker rant.

With a smoker argument in a parenting thread all we need now is someone complaining about people taking time off to either have, or continue to not have, a circumcision.

I'm thinking about getting my cat declawed. That cool with everyone? I mean, she's an indoor-outdoor cat, but I don't want her f*cking up my furniture.


My work here is done.
 
2013-05-24 12:38:10 AM

ecmoRandomNumbers: Shostie: pizen: xlbrooklyn: ecmoRandomNumbers: Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.

You got yourself started.  But please don't let me stop you.  I enjoy a good anti-smoker rant.

With a smoker argument in a parenting thread all we need now is someone complaining about people taking time off to either have, or continue to not have, a circumcision.

I'm thinking about getting my cat declawed. That cool with everyone? I mean, she's an indoor-outdoor cat, but I don't want her f*cking up my furniture.

My work here is done.


Not quite. We need a tipping angle.
 
2013-05-24 12:40:05 AM
The solution to this is pretty easy:  let people take minor time off (less than a day) for whatever reason.  That's what our company does at the discretion of every manager and it works out very well.  If you have to leave to pick up a sick kid - go ahead and do so.  I don't have kids, and some of my employees don't, but I've approved leaving early for birthdays, anniversaries, car service, PT conferences, traffic, or even going to a concert.

Of course, everyone I work with is an exempt employee, so unless they aren't getting their job done, there's really no reason to tell someone they can't leave when they want.  Our WFH policy runs much the same way.  If you need to work from home for any reason, just make sure your work gets done.  I haven't had a complaint from any employee about unfairness based on having kids.  In fact, the team usually covers for a parent if their kid is sick regardless of whether or not they have kids themselves, and the effort is reciprocated.  The parents keep some running tally in their head, as far as I can figure, and pay back when needed.

Either this guy is hyper-sensitive, his firm is mismanaged, or he thinks that being in the office is a work product.  And if it's that last reason, then he's sadly mistaken.  I'd rather have a productive employee at any hour of the day than someone who is sitting at a particular location doing nothing.
 
2013-05-24 12:42:54 AM

djkutch: Not quite. We need a tipping angle.


This whiner sounds like someone who tips 10% "max". But that's better than parents who go out to restaurants with brats and then don't tip at all.

Also, all parents should circumcise all children. Even the females.
 
2013-05-24 12:44:22 AM

pizen: xlbrooklyn: ecmoRandomNumbers: Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.

You got yourself started.  But please don't let me stop you.  I enjoy a good anti-smoker rant.

With a smoker argument in a parenting thread all we need now is someone complaining about people taking time off to either have, or continue to not have, a circumcision.


And that last word starts off a thread about tips.
 
2013-05-24 12:44:50 AM

Shostie: I'm thinking about getting my cat declawed. That cool with everyone? I mean, she's an indoor-outdoor cat, but I don't want her f*cking up my furniture.


For 20+ years of my marriage my wife and I didn't believe in declawing cats, and then we ended up with one that put me in the hospital because he took so much skin off my forearm we couldn't stop the bleeding.  Our vet, who also doesn't believe in declawing cats, recommended declawing him.  So we did.

Sometimes, you have to.  He had already destroyed the furniture, so we weren't worried about that.  Some cats just need it.
 
2013-05-24 12:46:17 AM

Gig103: djkutch: Not quite. We need a tipping angle.

This whiner sounds like someone who tips 10% "max". But that's better than parents who go out to restaurants with brats and then don't tip at all.

Also, all parents should circumcise all children. Even the females.


I'm all for circumcision, but should be done in a room full of women breast feeding.
 
2013-05-24 12:47:10 AM

pizen: Shostie: pizen: xlbrooklyn: ecmoRandomNumbers: Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.

You got yourself started.  But please don't let me stop you.  I enjoy a good anti-smoker rant.

With a smoker argument in a parenting thread all we need now is someone complaining about people taking time off to either have, or continue to not have, a circumcision.

I'm thinking about getting my cat declawed. That cool with everyone? I mean, she's an indoor-outdoor cat, but I don't want her f*cking up my furniture.

That all depends on your cat's opinion on tattoos vis-a-vis douchebagginess.


I didn't tip my waiter because my Chicago-style pizza was gross and my Budweiser wasn't cold enough and then I ran over some guy on a bike with my car.
 
2013-05-24 12:48:27 AM

djkutch: ecmoRandomNumbers: Shostie: pizen: xlbrooklyn: ecmoRandomNumbers: Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.

You got yourself started.  But please don't let me stop you.  I enjoy a good anti-smoker rant.

With a smoker argument in a parenting thread all we need now is someone complaining about people taking time off to either have, or continue to not have, a circumcision.

I'm thinking about getting my cat declawed. That cool with everyone? I mean, she's an indoor-outdoor cat, but I don't want her f*cking up my furniture.

My work here is done.

Not quite. We need a tipping angle.


How much should I tip the servers at the celebratory buffet trip after we circumcise the cat?
 
2013-05-24 12:52:44 AM

Shostie: djkutch: ecmoRandomNumbers: Shostie: pizen: xlbrooklyn: ecmoRandomNumbers: Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.

You got yourself started.  But please don't let me stop you.  I enjoy a good anti-smoker rant.

With a smoker argument in a parenting thread all we need now is someone complaining about people taking time off to either have, or continue to not have, a circumcision.

I'm thinking about getting my cat declawed. That cool with everyone? I mean, she's an indoor-outdoor cat, but I don't want her f*cking up my furniture.

My work here is done.

Not quite. We need a tipping angle.

How much should I tip the servers at the celebratory buffet trip after we circumcise the cat?


Buffet and barbed cat penis? I'm going with 35%, respectively. These are once in a life time experiences.
 
2013-05-24 12:54:16 AM
It is truly shocking that parents think they are the center of the farking universe at work just like they do everywhere else.

Gig103: Also, all parents should circumcise all children. Even the females.


Have their vocal chords clipped while you are at it.
 
2013-05-24 12:59:11 AM

djkutch: Shostie: djkutch: ecmoRandomNumbers: Shostie: pizen: xlbrooklyn: ecmoRandomNumbers: Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.

You got yourself started.  But please don't let me stop you.  I enjoy a good anti-smoker rant.

With a smoker argument in a parenting thread all we need now is someone complaining about people taking time off to either have, or continue to not have, a circumcision.

I'm thinking about getting my cat declawed. That cool with everyone? I mean, she's an indoor-outdoor cat, but I don't want her f*cking up my furniture.

My work here is done.

Not quite. We need a tipping angle.

How much should I tip the servers at the celebratory buffet trip after we circumcise the cat?

Buffet and barbed cat penis? I'm going with 35%, respectively. These are once in a life time experiences.


Fartbongo says I don't need to tip if there is a rolling blackout.
 
2013-05-24 01:19:58 AM

djkutch: Buffet and barbed cat penis? I'm going with 35%, respectively. These are once in a life time experiences.


But all they're doing is clearing a few plates away! $1 per adult, $0.50 per child under 21.
 
2013-05-24 01:41:22 AM

Gig103: djkutch: Buffet and barbed cat penis? I'm going with 35%, respectively. These are once in a life time experiences.

But all they're doing is clearing a few plates away! $1 per adult, $0.50 per child under 21.




It's not just clearing the tables, they also have to re stock the food, bring fresh scalpels, and iron the prayer shawls. It's a lot of work to season the foreskins in mu gu gi pan.
 
2013-05-24 01:48:02 AM
You know what kills office morale? Being in the office. Nothing like "working" an 8-hour day when the work could be accomplished in 5, forcing you to either spread it out or twiddle your thumbs and piss away a few hours of your life every day.

If they paid you for, I don't know, work performed, and stopped worrying about the clock so much, it would make things a lot better.

Anyway, since they don't do that, I realized a long time ago that what other people do doesn't really affect what I have to do. What, they're doing less than you think they should or they're making more for fewer hours? Them's the breaks. Worry about yourself.
 
2013-05-24 01:57:42 AM
Honestly, I love it when people leave early or take days off so they can spend time with their snowflakes. It's amazing how much quality work I can get done when the drooling breeders get the fark out of the office.
 
2013-05-24 02:02:06 AM

coco ebert: I've worked on holidays and over weekends so parents can spend time with their children, in the interest of equity and to be a good co-worker. But I've also had colleagues argue that they should get every Christmas off "because I have children."

Uhh, maybe instead of fighting amongst one another about who should get well-deserved time off, we should instead demand that time off for everyone.


Won't someone think of the customers' children?!

Holidays were my most productive strip club nights.  Little competition for grateful hotties who had nothing to do after work except me.
 
2013-05-24 02:04:35 AM
I have no problems with people leaving early to be with their kids, unless they are going home to breastfeed. In that case, I believe that they should be executed for being a pornography. I don't make the rules of the cosmos, I just enforce them.
 
2013-05-24 02:08:35 AM

Lsherm: Shostie: I'm thinking about getting my cat declawed. That cool with everyone? I mean, she's an indoor-outdoor cat, but I don't want her f*cking up my furniture.

For 20+ years of my marriage my wife and I didn't believe in declawing cats, and then we ended up with one that put me in the hospital because he took so much skin off my forearm we couldn't stop the bleeding.  Our vet, who also doesn't believe in declawing cats, recommended declawing him.  So we did.

Sometimes, you have to.  He had already destroyed the furniture, so we weren't worried about that.  Some cats just need it.


Have you seen these Cat Claw Sheaths?
 
2013-05-24 02:11:16 AM
Prudie's correspondent is a new attorney who doesn't understand that she was hired to be worked to the brink of death.
 
2013-05-24 02:44:12 AM

BarkingUnicorn: Lsherm: Shostie: I'm thinking about getting my cat declawed. That cool with everyone? I mean, she's an indoor-outdoor cat, but I don't want her f*cking up my furniture.

For 20+ years of my marriage my wife and I didn't believe in declawing cats, and then we ended up with one that put me in the hospital because he took so much skin off my forearm we couldn't stop the bleeding.  Our vet, who also doesn't believe in declawing cats, recommended declawing him.  So we did.

Sometimes, you have to.  He had already destroyed the furniture, so we weren't worried about that.  Some cats just need it.

Have you seen these Cat Claw Sheaths?


We did those.  We also looked into snipping the tendons.

The sheaths work for a limited time and only if the cat doesn't bite them off.  They come off naturally since the nails grow and shed the outer shell on their own.  However, you have to hold an 18 pound cat that is already prone to biting and scratching once a month to put them on.  If you consider that a solution, you're a better man/woman than I am.  It took two of us three days to get just his front claws covered, and we lost more blood because of it, not less.

That's a good solution for a cat that scratches furniture, but is otherwise calm.  It is not a good solution for a cat that is hell-bent on attacking you, because he's going to attack you every time you need to put those caps on.

It all worked out.  He's an indoor cat, he's still active four years on, but he can't do the damage he did with claws.  He lives with two female cats who weigh at least 8 pounds less than him, and he's still managed to wound them enough to get stitches even though they have their claws.  It's nice to think that cats shouldn't be declawed, and I still believe that, but there are exceptions to the rule.  He's one of them.
 
2013-05-24 03:01:49 AM

coco ebert: I've worked on holidays and over weekends so parents can spend time with their children, in the interest of equity and to be a good co-worker. But I've also had colleagues argue that they should get every Christmas off "because I have children."

Uhh, maybe instead of fighting amongst one another about who should get well-deserved time off, we should instead demand that time off for everyone.


Commie!
 
2013-05-24 03:22:56 AM

Lsherm: He's an indoor cat,


I may have a solution
 
2013-05-24 03:34:11 AM
I'm usually at the office by 8am (to polish my red stapler and attempt to write fark headlines), I run a dept. full of youths, who don't roll in until 10 or 10:30 in their flip flops and with their starbucks who after chatting for an hour finally start to get to work. When not a whole lot gets done because they start so late, and I tell them their projects will get done the next day so rethink your plans, the standard answer is "wat".
/I'm already leaving because I have a home life and resposiblities at home. Besides, my puppies need their bellies rubbed after they're fed.
 
2013-05-24 04:01:21 AM

Lsherm: BarkingUnicorn: Lsherm: Shostie: I'm thinking about getting my cat declawed. That cool with everyone? I mean, she's an indoor-outdoor cat, but I don't want her f*cking up my furniture.

For 20+ years of my marriage my wife and I didn't believe in declawing cats, and then we ended up with one that put me in the hospital because he took so much skin off my forearm we couldn't stop the bleeding.  Our vet, who also doesn't believe in declawing cats, recommended declawing him.  So we did.

Sometimes, you have to.  He had already destroyed the furniture, so we weren't worried about that.  Some cats just need it.

Have you seen these Cat Claw Sheaths?

We did those.  We also looked into snipping the tendons.

The sheaths work for a limited time and only if the cat doesn't bite them off.  They come off naturally since the nails grow and shed the outer shell on their own.  However, you have to hold an 18 pound cat that is already prone to biting and scratching once a month to put them on.  If you consider that a solution, you're a better man/woman than I am.  It took two of us three days to get just his front claws covered, and we lost more blood because of it, not less.

That's a good solution for a cat that scratches furniture, but is otherwise calm.  It is not a good solution for a cat that is hell-bent on attacking you, because he's going to attack you every time you need to put those caps on.

It all worked out.  He's an indoor cat, he's still active four years on, but he can't do the damage he did with claws.  He lives with two female cats who weigh at least 8 pounds less than him, and he's still managed to wound them enough to get stitches even though they have their claws.  It's nice to think that cats shouldn't be declawed, and I still believe that, but there are exceptions to the rule.  He's one of them.


you know what works infinitely better?
not having a cat!

my plants have never been destroyed by a cat
my furniture has never been clawed by a pet
my rug has wine stains, but no vomit nor feces, well not that I put there

/pet owners and their first world problems
 
2013-05-24 04:27:56 AM
I prefer the ones that stay at work in order to work on their wedding plans.
 
2013-05-24 05:00:33 AM
Breeders get special rights that non-Breeders do not, it is simple fact. My co-workers with children can call off with impunity "because their child is sick", but if I call off, Management considers that 'unprotected ill time'. Breeder wants time off to see Little Jimmy's ball game, or Little Jane's recital? No problem. I want time off to do something? Better put in for it months in advance, before one of the Breeders requests that day off, or a denial will come.

It is absolute BS.
 
2013-05-24 05:20:19 AM
Got promoted last year to a job where my boss says, "As long as the work gets done, your time is your own.". Works great. But of course the work load is greater than before so I can't be f*cking off anywhere/leaving early and all that. I console myself with the fact that my company recognizes the fact that people with kids and other reasons that detract from getting the job done aren't hired for my position in the first place, and I have a greater chance of promotion than they do to an even better job.
 
2013-05-24 05:34:12 AM

Shostie: djkutch: ecmoRandomNumbers: Shostie: pizen: xlbrooklyn: ecmoRandomNumbers: Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.

You got yourself started.  But please don't let me stop you.  I enjoy a good anti-smoker rant.

With a smoker argument in a parenting thread all we need now is someone complaining about people taking time off to either have, or continue to not have, a circumcision.

I'm thinking about getting my cat declawed. That cool with everyone? I mean, she's an indoor-outdoor cat, but I don't want her f*cking up my furniture.

My work here is done.

Not quite. We need a tipping angle.

How much should I tip the servers at the celebratory buffet trip after we circumcise the cat?


You must tip in bacon.  But the real tofu stuff, not that bullsh*t pork bacon that keeps gays from global warming.
 
2013-05-24 05:51:04 AM
Male circumcision is an abhorrent practice and should be outlawed in a civilized society.
 
2013-05-24 06:08:18 AM

log_jammin: Male circumcision is an abhorrent practice and should be outlawed in a civilized society.


Can't they just go outside to do it?  Why do my clothes have to smell?
 
2013-05-24 06:26:11 AM
I once left work early to go make a babby. I went to another manager (happened to be the HR) and said, "Hey Ang, I'm leaving early (like 3 PM), MrsOV is ovulating."
"Well, alrightie then."
/csb
 
2013-05-24 06:29:12 AM

Big Merl: djkutch: Shostie: djkutch: ecmoRandomNumbers: Shostie: pizen: xlbrooklyn: ecmoRandomNumbers: Don't even get me started on smokers and their breaks.

You got yourself started.  But please don't let me stop you.  I enjoy a good anti-smoker rant.

With a smoker argument in a parenting thread all we need now is someone complaining about people taking time off to either have, or continue to not have, a circumcision.

I'm thinking about getting my cat declawed. That cool with everyone? I mean, she's an indoor-outdoor cat, but I don't want her f*cking up my furniture.

My work here is done.

Not quite. We need a tipping angle.

How much should I tip the servers at the celebratory buffet trip after we circumcise the cat?

Buffet and barbed cat penis? I'm going with 35%, respectively. These are once in a life time experiences.

Fartbongo says I don't need to tip if there is a rolling blackout.


Is that blackout speeding in the left lane?  Goddamn I hate that.  THE SPEED LIMIT IS THE SPEED LIMIT, NO MATTER WHICH LANE YOU'RE IN!!1!!111!
 
2013-05-24 06:34:26 AM

thamike: log_jammin: Male circumcision is an abhorrent practice and should be outlawed in a civilized society.

Can't they just go outside to do it?  Why do my clothes have to smell?


one time this drunk girl, who was smoking cigarettes, wanted to have sex with me, but I said no because that would be rape.

and I didn't like that she declawed her cats.
 
2013-05-24 06:35:11 AM

Lsherm: The sheaths work for a limited time and only if the cat doesn't bite them off.  They come off naturally since the nails grow and shed the outer shell on their own.  However, you have to hold an 18 pound cat that is already prone to biting and scratching once a month to put them on.  If you consider that a solution, you're a better man/woman than I am.  It took two of us three days to get just his front claws covered, and we lost more blood because of it, not less.


This is my solution for cats:

farm1.static.flickr.com
 
2013-05-24 06:36:29 AM

BarkingUnicorn: This is my solution for cats:

[farm1.static.flickr.com image 396x500]


courtney love 's vagina?
 
2013-05-24 06:42:37 AM
Someday there will be a thread where a Florida parent takes an extra smoke break before leaving work early - driving 54 in the left lane of a 55 zone -- to get to the airport laden with massive carry-on bags pausing only to stop at Starbucks and change the baby's diaper on a table then leave without tipping before boarding the flight to go pick up their freshly-declawed cat and refusing to hang up their cell phone complaining about the baby screaming so loud the parent can't enjoy ESPN's "Why is Tim Tebow being unfairly blackballed" on their iPad. Plus Benghazi.
 
2013-05-24 06:49:10 AM

gopher321: Got promoted last year to a job where my boss says, "As long as the work gets done, your time is your own.". Works great. But of course the work load is greater than before so I can't be f*cking off anywhere/leaving early and all that. I console myself with the fact that my company recognizes the fact that people with kids and other reasons that detract from getting the job done aren't hired for my position in the first place, and I have a greater chance of promotion than they do to an even better job.


Isn't that how it's supposed to work?
 
2013-05-24 06:49:24 AM

umad: It is truly shocking that parents think they are the center of the farking universe at work just like they do everywhere else.

Gig103: Also, all parents should circumcise all children. Even the females.

Have their vocal chords clipped while you are at it.


That or just keep the little bastards out of restaurants and other adult establishments until they can behave in public.
 
2013-05-24 06:49:25 AM

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Someday there will be a thread where a Florida parent takes an extra smoke break before leaving work early - driving 54 in the left lane of a 55 zone -- to get to the airport laden with massive carry-on bags pausing only to stop at Starbucks and change the baby's diaper on a table then leave without tipping before boarding the flight to go pick up their freshly-declawed cat and refusing to hang up their cell phone complaining about the baby screaming so loud the parent can't enjoy ESPN's "Why is Tim Tebow being unfairly blackballed" on their iPad. Plus Benghazi.


While idly scratching at their neck tattoo.
 
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