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By hanmart - / Sunday 15 November 2009 05:12 / United States
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There were like seven new ones that just went up, being first is an even more trivial acheivement than usual.

I make paper snowflakes and tape them to my glass door. My kids like it. Anyways, boredom can force you to do all kinds of childish things (snowflakes) or stupid things"(Setting fires)

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ok seriously. You sat on the clock and made paper snowflakes? that is such a deliberate waste ofcompany time. I'd imagine the person who set the desk on fire didn't do it on purpose, or atleast was able to make it seem not on purpose.

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That depends on what they do. They may work a job where they can multitask while on hold or waiting for the PC to do something, or waiting for calls if they are in telecommunications. A lot of jobs could allow for this to be done on company time without affecting productivity. We can't assume the OP was wasting company time any more than we can assume the fire setter wasn't.

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Six, if they were threatened with being fired over it it's probably pretty safe to assume that they were wasting time doing it and not working.

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