never mix personal shyte with business

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  10. I’ll say upfront, it’s tough transferring from college to work in that sense.  In college, the girls were all okay to hit on, but weren’t looking for my type (provider guy).  Once I started working, the girls were off-limits, but were looking for exactly the kind of man I was.
  12. Going back to school and spitting some Game fixed that problem, but there were a few months there where I could not help but think that life was rigged.
  14.  73 Lokland November 17, 2011 at 8:29 pm
  15. Don’t shit where you eat. Unless of course you enjoy the taste of shit go ahead. I’ll take your promotion as well.
  17. Men can be sexually harrassed, we just can’t complain about it because everyone thinks we want to have sex with anything living. Kinda sucks knowing that all it takes to end your career is one SH claim, regardless of whether its true or not.
  19. Last, the number one situation I find strange and weird but not SH. I don’t know if that makes me crazy or not?
  23.  74 Anacaona November 17, 2011 at 8:35 pm
  24. @AndrewV
  26. I would had done that, but she never actually said something I could use to confront her. She grabbed my ass, asked me to hang out and offered me money, no to mention all the praise for my looks and smarts. but she had a boyfriend and I was working there never to have a boyfriend in my country that is strange so there was the real chance she could just accuse me of being the lesbian one and get me in trouble. Facts were in her side I decided to just become downright hostile towards her to make her avoid my presence and look for another job. Lucky me she got a better job before that and I could have peace again. It wasn’t pretty at all. This is the same job were my boss hit on me a couple of times and although I didn’t found her attractive I found him less bothersome than what happened with her at least he never grabbed my ass.
  28.  75 Nate Winchester November 17, 2011 at 8:39 pm
  29. Did I say this before? (feels familiar)
  31. At any rate, Susan, I think you’ll appreciate this quote I heard from John Derbyshire.
  33. [From] attorney Kurt Schlichter, writing in the New York Post on Tuesday, quote:

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