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By mrsimintrouble / Friday 29 July 2016 06:01 / United States
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Unless they gave you proper instructions on how to do it you're not to blame. Granted, someone should've stayed with you just in case.

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Unless they gave you proper instructions on how to do it you're not to blame. Granted, someone should've stayed with you just in case.

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It's a little weird that the boss doesn't know the code to disarm the alarm. When my dad was president of his small-medium sized company since he was usually the first in/last out he decided on the 4-digit code. Also, whenever there was a "breach" he'd get a call from the security company alerting him and asking if police should be dispatched (same thing with our home alarm system, actually).

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The FML was published with the spelling error, and later changed. Made me laugh extra hard the first time I read it. As my eyes auto-corrected it, then caught the error.

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That was a completely different word you idiot, just because you aren't smart enough to spell doesn't mean you're right.

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It's not OP's fault. They didn't know that anyone was still inside. But because it was their first day someone should've been with them just in case.

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Well aren't you a douchebag? It was an honest mistake and at least they did lock up the building. The boss should never have left an employee to lock up on their first day. If anyone, the boss did it.

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wow I didn't realize that being human and making a mistake is justification to fore someone who's new and isn't quit sure what they're doing. sounds like to me the managers are more to blame in this situation..

On a positive note...at least he knows you did your due diligence and did it right. just make sure 100% next time that no one is in there

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