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04:29pm 04/01/2006

is what I got to wrap up at work yesterday (it is already wrapped in the photo).

Sometimes we get the coolest shit. I named them Athingie 1 and Athingie A4, John renamed them ET and Johnny 5. I think my names were more original.

Tonight, I'm driving for the Tanque Verde location of the pizza place. This should be interesting.
mood: sleepysleepy
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11:51pm 04/01/2006 (UTC)
Hey, that's closer to you, isn't it? In the clusterfucked part of town?
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04:03am 05/01/2006 (UTC)
Yeah, it's like 1.75 miles from my place. I didn't do too bad, they only needed me for like 3 hours tonight, so that was even better. Sure, less hours for the check, but whatever. :)

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05:06am 05/01/2006 (UTC)
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Yeah, but now you get to watch THE GAME!!

I met a Penn State fan today and I told him he sucked because the school is full of pricks. He seemed surprised that I watch football. I guess you have to have testicles to watch sports?? Fucker. I really considered him a jackass then. Penn State fan who thinks only men watch football. I considered telling him I drink beer and fart too, but thought that would be going overboard. Double-fucker.
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05:08am 05/01/2006 (UTC)

I think if you told him that his head would have exploded. I'm only slightly watching the game. When the crowd goes nutso I look up. I'm too busy hitting refresh on my flist.
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11:54pm 04/01/2006 (UTC)
So what the hell is it & why did it need wrapping?
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04:05am 05/01/2006 (UTC)
I have no idea what it is. All I know is that it is going to Boeing in El Paso.
We had to wrap it for shipping to make sure that the paint doesn't get nicked and that the metal doesn't get dinged or bent. So it's wrapped all over in foam and large bubble wrap. Except the bottom, we left that unwrapped so that it would remain stable in the crate that was built for it.

Most of the time we wrap and ship small panels about 10 1/2 inches long and about .75 inches wide or computer chassis. Half the time we wrap stuff we have no idea what it's going to be used for. Except the gun parts, those are fairly identifiable.
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11:49pm 06/01/2006 (UTC)
the hell?

Damn, that's fucked up.
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