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By Anonymous - / Tuesday 6 November 2012 18:29 / United States - Monson
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  kyleekay  |  25

38- It is true, but it gets annoying when people think that just because you have a job, you have NO reason to complain ever again. Yes, it's great having a job when some people can't find work- but shitty stuff still happens, and people should be allowed to get upset about it.

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I might take this as a warning sign. The job could have pushed this other guy to the point of tying the mouses together. People do some crazy things when they want to be fired

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  eggmarie  |  25

55: unemployment is at a high right now (counting the people accepting unemployment AND the people who have run out of unemployment checks and are still searching for jobs) so I have no idea what you're talking about? (note this is not to start some debate about politics, whoever wins the presidency tonight, the economy will still be in bad shape)

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  speshlk37  |  13

I realized he was referring to the computer device and at first thought referring to the plural form as "mice" was incorrect grammar so I researched it and it's apparently acceptable. Huh.

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  Lorysa  |  11

#2 - I read it that way for a second, too! The thought of 100 dead rodents tied together and left there by a previous, sociopathic IT tech makes the FML more interesting, to say the least. After the FML where the OP found a human corpse while cleaning their yard, I wouldn't be surprised... *shudder*

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  speshlk37  |  13

Actually, if you want to get technical 62, a computer mouse was originally an acronym for Manually-Operated User-Select Equipment, therefor referring to them plurally as "mice" is grammatically incorrect, but however it is considered socially acceptable.

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  speshlk37  |  13

Actually, if you want to get technical 62, mouse was originally an acronym for Manually-Operated User-Select Equipment, therefor referring to them plurally as "mice" is grammatically incorrect, however it is socially acceptable.

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  AKGirlinSD  |  20

63, I used to work in IT and I would order mice, not mouses. Mice is the correct terminology when speaking of multiple computer mice. I didn't even think the OP was speaking about a lot of live mice for a moment.

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  watermelon1  |  34

The guy that worked there before him.

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