Either he’s paying his mistress or this is the best 2-day-a-week “unpaid” internship on the planet.
I just recently binged the podcast (which was fantastic) and now Bravo has dropped the trailer for their limited series:
So... someone that I am kind of close to (A) is dating someone (B). By all accounts and first-hand interactions, B is a legit super nice, wonderful human being. Like, in every way, B is good people.
The colleague, she is still out on “leave”. No return date yet. No official comment on “why”, which puts it squarely in the realm of “HR” so it doesn’t take a rocket scientist.
Is this real? Probably? I mean, it’s almost too ridiculous to be true but there are FB screenshots, including replies so...
Over on Slate, Alison Green has compiled a list of the the 8 worst bosses in her column’s history.
I’ve posted before about a coworker with anxiety that’s so bad I literally had to go alert my boss about her slurring her way through a meeting with a Project Manager. Well... she is now “out until further notice.”
I previously posted about a colleague who suffers from anxiety and had a meeting where she was basically falling apart to the point that I said something to our boss afterwards.
“The mall and airport seller, best known for massage chairs, quirky gadgets, and travel luggage...”
I’ve gotten some seriously snarky, downright rude replies lately. I’ve dismissed several replies in the last 24 hours. I can’t remember the last time I felt compelled to do so. I also flagged someone yesterday (they weren’t replying to me but *repeatedly* posted) for inflammatory comments.
Random thoughts... what do you guys think?
Patton Oswalt just liked a reply tweet of mine and I’m processing it like so:
Holy shit. It’s been NINE days in a flooded cave. They are ALL alive.
I work closely with a colleague who has anxiety and takes medication for it. Occasionally, the med affects her in a, “she seems tired” kind of way. I’m kind of an anxious person myself but not requiring a doctor’s supervision so I sort of relate but also don’t have a full grasp on what she has to deal with. We share…
In what should be one of the happiest, most exciting times in her life, it’s also gotta feel a bit like an obstacle course of embarrassing family bullshit.
Well, this was refreshing...
They arrived. LittleNom was jumping up and down, all excited. My FIL gets to hold InfantNom for the first time. It’s hugs and kisses and unicorns. We help them with their bags up the stairs and Mr.Nom says, “Come see InfantNom’s room!”
I’m still kind of reeling over the possibility that the Golden State Killer has been caught. I... I’m pretty speechless.