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(The New York Times)   Your coworkers know exactly how your week went as they had the same one   (nytimes.com) divider line
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2020-10-21 11:18:18 PM  
Watching our country go to shiat while 38% of us don't notice or care? Every week is like that since January 2017.
 
2020-10-21 11:45:12 PM  
It's the weekends that are different.
 
2020-10-22 12:02:01 AM  
Did the NYT become The Onion, or did The Onion become the NYT?
 
2020-10-22 12:04:46 AM  
The office gossip hasn't changed much.
The ones who spread it seems to have changed a little...
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2020-10-22 2:31:31 AM  
Talk of all these 'cow' orkers gives me the heebie-jeebies
 
2020-10-22 6:56:54 AM  
Good. They shouldn't be bugging me about it anyway.

How was my week, M-F, 8-5? Stop asking, pay attention if you're that curious.  How was my week, M-F, 5pm-8am, or the weekends? You don't need to know.

/Get paid to work and go home, not be your "bestie".
 
2020-10-22 7:32:33 AM  
Who the fark wants to deliberately make small talk with coworkers? Now that I'm thinking about it, I think I should carry cards with a message like, "Before you speak to me, small talk is torture, pretty much every week has always been exactly the same for everyone for decades, and why are you trying to engage me when neither of us have anything to say? Leave me alone."
 
2020-10-22 7:36:37 AM  
I miss the office.  I learned a lot more about what was going on outside my immediate area. I made connections with other employees that made it easier to work with them.    My team worked better because it was easier to solve problems together.

I know a lot of Farkers love working from home and love Fark because we can be dirty, smelly, and anti-social but most of the world is not like that.
 
2020-10-22 9:01:00 AM  

The Googles Do Nothing: I miss the office.  I learned a lot more about what was going on outside my immediate area. I made connections with other employees that made it easier to work with them.    My team worked better because it was easier to solve problems together.

I know a lot of Farkers love working from home and love Fark because we can be dirty, smelly, and anti-social but most of the world is not like that.


I can assure you that most of the world is dirty and smelly.
 
2020-10-22 9:11:49 AM  
So now i won't have to listen to people talk about their pets medical problems or what food they cooked this week or how cold it is while I'm just trying to microwave some leftover food for lunch ever again!?

I made some work friends and I chat with them about stuff over text and computer apps, lets us keep in contact and complain about how dumb the bosses are without having to deal with all the normal office nonsense.
 
2020-10-22 9:24:22 AM  
Yeah, a whole week that we have to refrain from strokin' it in the Zoom meetings. Unbearable.
 
2020-10-22 11:36:46 AM  
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2020-10-22 1:12:02 PM  

Bukharin: The Googles Do Nothing: I miss the office.  I learned a lot more about what was going on outside my immediate area. I made connections with other employees that made it easier to work with them.    My team worked better because it was easier to solve problems together.

I know a lot of Farkers love working from home and love Fark because we can be dirty, smelly, and anti-social but most of the world is not like that.

I can assure you that most of the world is dirty and smelly.


Some of us try hard not to be as smelly as we would be prior to indoor plumbing.
 
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