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Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by SpocKirk, Nov 18, 2004.

  1. SpocKirk

    SpocKirk Forum Moderator and Donator

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    Sunday:
    0700-0815 - wake up/get ready
    0815-1130 - go to church
    1130-2000 - free
    2000-0400 - sleep​
    Monday:
    0400-0530 - wake up/get ready
    0530-1600 - work
    1600-1730 - free
    1730-2200 - Electrical apprentice school
    2200-0400 - sleep​
    Tuesday:
    0400-0530 - wake up/get ready
    0530-1600 - work
    1600-1745 - free
    1745-2100 - Jr. high church group (I'm an assistant leader)
    2100-0400 - sleep​
    Wednesday:
    0400-0530 - wake up/get ready
    0530-1600 - work
    1600-1815 - free
    1815-2100 - Bible study
    2100-0400 - sleep​
    Thursday:
    0400-0530 - wake up/get ready
    0530-1600 - work
    1600-0645 - free
    0645-2100 - Jr. high church group leader meeting
    2100-0400 - sleep​
    Friday:
    0400-0530 - wake up/get ready
    0530-1600 - work
    1600-2200 - free
    2200-0600 - sleep​
    Saturday:
    free
    I don't have much time for fun :(
     
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  2. Jakeman

    Jakeman MSC Founder and Donator

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    Work now so you can relax later.

    Americans are workaholics.
     
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  3. cowofwar

    cowofwar Peasant

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    What the hell kind of job runs from 5:30am to 4pm
     
  4. OsIriS

    OsIriS Peasant

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    some kind of electrician/construction type? I'm only guessing.
     
  5. cowofwar

    cowofwar Peasant

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    52.5 hours a week?
     
  6. Kaeric

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    that's pretty hardcore...or someone's a big phony!!
     
  7. Elbereth

    Elbereth MSC Commander and Donator

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    I consistantly worked 60+ hour weeks when I was with Intel. A major reason I'm not there now.
     
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    Skip all the god stuff and you´ll have much more time :nya:
     
  9. SpocKirk

    SpocKirk Forum Moderator and Donator

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    I factored in driving (30 miles)
    this schedule doesn't include OT because I'm not on it right now. We had a 3 month period where we were working 10 hour days, but we only go on OT a few days here and there now. OT days are 0530-1800.
     

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