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By Anonymous - / Monday 13 September 2010 09:40 / Canada
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By  5t3ff1k4h  |  43

OP, think about it this way. It's 4am, you start work at 7am. You'll be done the training at approximately 530am. That still gives you an hour to get ready and a half hour for you to get there. Perfect timing!

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  Maflagulator  |  1

I did something like this years ago. Then later that day after my shift was over, another employee told me that the manager thought that I was high as a kite because I so delirious from exhaustion. Meanwhile, I've never had a drug in my life.

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  tweetbaby14  |  17

28, that's terrible advice. why would you tell OP to sue someone because they chose to put off doing something for their job? wow some people are sue-crazy... OP, YDI for deciding to put off something as important as that.

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  Kylias  |  6

That's when you go to sleep and tell your boss in the morning, "Sorry, I didn't get home until a few hours ago, I didn't get the chance to finish... Mom didn't want to be alone in the hospital."

By  5t3ff1k4h  |  43

OP, think about it this way. It's 4am, you start work at 7am. You'll be done the training at approximately 530am. That still gives you an hour to get ready and a half hour for you to get there. Perfect timing!

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  bishoprsv2  |  0

Sleep is for sissies and communists! Grow some stones and show up to work with morning wood bigger than your arm! I can guarentee, male or female, your boss will hire you and forgive your procrastination IF he/she finds out.

By  perdix  |  29

So, with your limited time, you are pissing it away on FML (which, at other times, is a fine and valuable investment of one's time ;) ) I don't see a lot of "Employee of the Month" awards coming your way. In fact, you may be unemployed by lunchtime for falling asleep on the job during your first hour there.

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