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what year is it? [Jun. 25th, 2004|01:53 am]
Brad Fitzpatrick
I asked erik today what tomorrow was: Friday or Thursday?

He was like, "dude, I want a job where I don't have to dress up and I don't know what day it is."

(What he doesn't realize is that I don't have a weekend if I don't know what day it is....)

But what's worse: xb95 just asked me why Perlbal has a 1994 copyright at the top. Apparently I don't even know what decade it is.

[User Picture]From: noogz
2004-06-25 02:07 am (UTC)
ha. hahahahaha.

I think that's what I love the most about summer... is that the day doesn't matter worth a dayum!

pisses off my 9-5 working friends, much to my amusement.

damn i'm mean.
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[User Picture]From: erik
2004-06-25 09:31 am (UTC)
You still haven't convinced me not to envy your job. :P

Despite working both weekdays and weekends, do you really work that much more than 40 hours a week, on average?

I suppose that's a hard question to answer because the line between personal interest and work is blurred for you, but take a shot at it.
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[User Picture]From: rahaeli
2004-06-25 02:40 pm (UTC)
I don't mean to speak for brad here, but I'm pretty sure that every single one of us puts in well more than 40 hours a week. I know that I average about 55 hours a week -- and I've gone as high as 70. (But that was just one week. Never again. Ever.)
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[User Picture]From: alister
2004-06-25 12:39 pm (UTC)
<valley>Thats just _so_ 20th century>/valley>
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From: melusina_shadow
2004-06-25 01:18 pm (UTC)
Well - at least you got one out of four numbers right :P
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