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(KHOU Houston)   If you're going to take a nap at work and you're a snorer, don't fall asleep at the desk right next to the copier machine   (khou.com) divider line 22
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2014-03-08 09:49:18 AM  
Oh God, there's going to be a Rob Schneider reference here, I just know it.
 
2014-03-08 11:22:08 AM  

Mugato: Oh God, there's going to be a Rob Schneider reference here, I just know it.


Oh oh, I know!  Is it this one?

img.fark.net
 
2014-03-08 11:31:33 AM  
there's got to be something out there that's better for severe chronic pain than opiates
 
2014-03-08 11:37:39 AM  
From the article, it seems as if he was sleeping during his unpaid lunch hour, set an alarm and had recently switched from nights to days.  And he admits to being on pain pills due to an accident.

I'm not sure I see what the big deal is.
 
2014-03-08 11:38:10 AM  
They only requested a screen for scripted drugs, huh? Hmmmm... It may well be that he's addicted to tramadol or something, but the way he looked in that test in the vid makes me think something harder, like Marijuanar or ICE. I wonder how much he shoots a day? Maybe five, seven lines? Maybe he needs to take couple of months off to sober up at this time in order to keep his job. Hehe - I could care less!

If I was in that nick at work, my boss would prolly beat my ass. Hard.

/that's why I'm with her.
 
2014-03-08 11:38:55 AM  

charlesmartel11235: there's got to be something out there that's better for severe chronic pain than opiates


Accupuncture?  Homeopathy?

Opiates are pretty good for controlling long term chronic pain,but I can understand why many occupations would not allow people to work under the influence of them.  I've worked many places that would give you time off if you needed to take opiates for pain, but they wouldn't let you work on them because you were a danger to yourself and others when under the influence.
 
2014-03-08 11:41:02 AM  
When I was on prescription codeine after breaking a tooth (which I presume is going to be what he's on) I felt pretty wide awake and chipper.

/was quite disappointed I didn't get addicted
//it's not as easy as they pretend on Dr Phil
 
2014-03-08 11:41:58 AM  

Infernalist: From the article, it seems as if he was sleeping during his unpaid lunch hour, set an alarm and had recently switched from nights to days.  And he admits to being on pain pills due to an accident.

I'm not sure I see what the big deal is.


I think if we really looked into this we would find he recently testified against another officer in a police brutality case or corruption case.  Or he slept with the Captain's mistress or something.

The blue shield can be used as battering ram too.
 
2014-03-08 11:42:21 AM  

Infernalist: From the article, it seems as if he was sleeping during his unpaid lunch hour, set an alarm and had recently switched from nights to days.  And he admits to being on pain pills due to an accident.

I'm not sure I see what the big deal is.


And your experience is that cops always tell the 100% truth regarding their narcotic taking habits, because the cops are big softies at heart that like to hear sob stories, and there's no career to be defended by them in any way whatsoever?

I'm glad you exist, if only to use you as a teaching aid.
 
2014-03-08 11:43:46 AM  

Mugato: Oh God, there's going to be a Rob Schneider reference here, I just know it.


Mike Magiera...The Magieranator...Magiesaurus...Magenagadingdong...makin' copieesss.....
 
2014-03-08 11:45:32 AM  

BigLuca: think if we really looked into this we would find he recently testified against another officer in a police brutality case or corruption case. Or he slept with the Captain's mistress or something.


yeah, his coffee musta been more downer than upper, and those big blue sprinkles on his donuts? valium.
 
2014-03-08 11:53:01 AM  

uttertosh: Infernalist: From the article, it seems as if he was sleeping during his unpaid lunch hour, set an alarm and had recently switched from nights to days.  And he admits to being on pain pills due to an accident.

I'm not sure I see what the big deal is.

And your experience is that cops always tell the 100% truth regarding their narcotic taking habits, because the cops are big softies at heart that like to hear sob stories, and there's no career to be defended by them in any way whatsoever?

I'm glad you exist, if only to use you as a teaching aid.


So, we should assume people are lying right off the bat.  Okay.
 
2014-03-08 11:53:17 AM  
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2014-03-08 11:55:32 AM  

Infernalist: From the article, it seems as if he was sleeping during his unpaid lunch hour, set an alarm and had recently switched from nights to days.  And he admits to being on pain pills due to an accident.

I'm not sure I see what the big deal is.


FTA: "...and took batteries out of vehicles while supervising the department's auto pound."

Was that a misunderstanding, too?
 
2014-03-08 12:00:56 PM  

Infernalist: uttertosh: Infernalist: From the article, it seems as if he was sleeping during his unpaid lunch hour, set an alarm and had recently switched from nights to days.  And he admits to being on pain pills due to an accident.

I'm not sure I see what the big deal is.

And your experience is that cops always tell the 100% truth regarding their narcotic taking habits, because the cops are big softies at heart that like to hear sob stories, and there's no career to be defended by them in any way whatsoever?

I'm glad you exist, if only to use you as a teaching aid.

So, we should assume people cops are lying right off the bat.  Okay.


ftfy
 
2014-03-08 12:01:12 PM  

Infernalist: So, we should assume people are lying right off the bat. Okay.


Politicians, cops, lawyers, telemarketers, religious leaders. The list of 'do not trust' is not exclusive to these.
 
2014-03-08 12:58:44 PM  
People are conditioned to despise a sleeping man.
 
2014-03-08 01:49:43 PM  
 
2014-03-08 06:35:37 PM  

Bungles: When I was on prescription codeine after breaking a tooth (which I presume is going to be what he's on) I felt pretty wide awake and chipper.

/was quite disappointed I didn't get addicted
//it's not as easy as they pretend on Dr Phil


speak for yourself. I took one Tylenol 3 one time and didn't know up from down or left from right for a day. Chucked the rest.
 
2014-03-08 07:41:38 PM  

Thingster: Bungles: When I was on prescription codeine after breaking a tooth (which I presume is going to be what he's on) I felt pretty wide awake and chipper.

/was quite disappointed I didn't get addicted
//it's not as easy as they pretend on Dr Phil

speak for yourself. I took one Tylenol 3 one time and didn't know up from down or left from right for a day. Chucked the rest.


Pussy
 
2014-03-09 10:16:56 AM  
I've seen coworkers sleeping on the job. One even brought a pillow to work, suggesting premeditation.
 
m00
2014-03-09 05:55:00 PM  
There were times when I was working 16 hour days that I would take a quick nap in my office if I felt like I was going to fall over. My rationale was that I was salaried, so as long as I was working at least 8-10 hours a day (and met all deliverables), I wasn't cheating the system.

What we don't hear is how much per week he was working, whether he was routinely asked to pull multiple shifts, etc.
 
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