One of the worst jobs ever!
By: J20
Monday, Jan 9th 2006 (7:06pm)
Although I appreciate a good espresso as much as the next guy, a lot of baristas fancy themselves as artisans instead of wage slaves. And people wonder why the percentage of random beatings is higher with Starbucks employees.
By: Dave
Saturday, Aug 20th 2005 (7:16am)
Fridays are a struggle at work, so why even go? Don't let the lack of a good excuse keep you from calling in.
By: Dave
Friday, Jun 17th 2005 (5:47am)
Get baked instead. It's better for you!

The IQ of those who tried to juggle messages and work fell by 10 points -- the equivalent to missing a whole night's sleep and more than double the 4-point fall seen after smoking marijuana.
By: Mr._Dog
Saturday, Apr 23rd 2005 (7:41am)
You're next. Welcome to the IT world!
By: Dave
Tuesday, Mar 15th 2005 (12:03am)
Ever ask yourself, "Self, my job totally sucks. If I were one of the Superfriends, I would so love my job, right?"

Don't bet on it.
By: scooter1979
Wednesday, Mar 2nd 2005 (12:05am)
Stagehands in Demand For Inaugural Events
By: boho-daddy
Monday, Jan 10th 2005 (10:43pm)
If something happens to your home and you need some repair I suggest looking up this guy. He'll trade you hour for hour for some male on male DEEP, and HARD, massage!
By: Scott
Monday, Dec 20th 2004 (12:04am)
In this position you will be helping me find a job. I'm 28, male, multitalented in publishing, art and media (or a dilettante, however you like to put it), so they range of jobs we'll be searching is broad. The work environment in my apartment is laid-back and fun as long as we get our work done.
By: Dave
Friday, Dec 17th 2004 (12:02am)
Don't like your boss or the guy in cubicle #10? Well, listen up office war mongers - the Desktop Trebuchet is finally here and easy to build out of heavy paper!
By: timmy242
Wednesday, Dec 8th 2004 (9:49am)
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Client: I want you to create a top-notch executive dashboard system.
Me: That can be done.
Client: Using Java. And it must be optimized enough to run fast on Windows XP...
Me: (nods head while still listening to client)
Client: ...on a 486.
(falls off chair)
By: scooter1979
Saturday, Sep 25th 2004 (2:58pm)
Sometimes our system actually works. This time it did. Even if it took them awhile.
By: Scott
Friday, Sep 10th 2004 (12:30am)
Sucks to be you, then, as of today.
By: Dave
Monday, Aug 23rd 2004 (7:12am)
A Central Florida woman was fired from her job after eating "unclean" meat and violating a reported company policy that pork and pork products are not permissible on company premises.
By: Dave
Thursday, Aug 5th 2004 (12:14am)
Here's some security footage to help explain. NSFW!
By: Dave
Monday, Jul 19th 2004 (5:18am)
Maybe the topic should be "Movies", but it's work for me. Carving foam for the Untitled Mike Judge Film, (it was originally titled "Mr. 3001", but for now it's "UMJF"). This movie has an $85 MILLION budget, a BIG show for lil' old Austin. The important thing is, Boho-Daddy gets his cut. Praise be!
By: boho-daddy
Tuesday, May 18th 2004 (11:29pm)
What's that? You say the life of a burger jockey ISN'T the high-paced glamour trip that everyone says it is? Find out for yourself!

And just in case you were thinking of having a nice salad instead of that greasy cheeseburger on your lunchbreak (gotta watch that girlish figure, ya know), think again!
By: scooter1979
Tuesday, Mar 9th 2004 (11:49am)
Well, this guy was, unfortunately.
By: Dave
Tuesday, Feb 3rd 2004 (12:20am)
There are many jobs available in film, but most people don't know the first thing about how movies get made. Ever wonder exactly what a key grip is/does? Got the itch to be a stuntman? Ever wonder how overpaid studio execs manage to produce shitty movies more often than not? The answers are all right here, explained in hilarious detail by a veteran DP. Having worked as a props man for years, I can vouch for the validity of the job descriptions. There's also a handy index of film jobs to help you decide if there's work for you in the movie industry.
By: boho-daddy
Friday, Dec 5th 2003 (8:14am)
Working at the Relay, I came into contact with (indeed, I actually worked FOR) a number of deaf people, and you had to pick up sign language pretty fast if you wanted to take a smoke break or go to the can or find out where they hid your paycheck. Unfortunately, back then I didn't have this excellent ASL primer to use as a reference.
By: Dave
Thursday, Dec 4th 2003 (5:36am)
Remember all those times Mom told you to stop playing and do your homework? Her contention: you canít make a living by playing with Legos. Turns out you can. Last week Legoland embarked on a nationwide job search for a "master builder" who will join six existing employees to ó seriously ó build Legos full time at the Carlsbad, Calif., theme park.
By: Dave
Monday, Dec 1st 2003 (12:08am)
Anyone who has ever had the pleasure of working fast food and/or working a job you know you'll only keep for a month will surely appreciate this little piece by intrepid wordsmith Skot Kurruk.
By: Dave
Wednesday, Nov 19th 2003 (10:56am)
Well, maybe, but some of the jobs have definite downsides.
By: Dave
Tuesday, Sep 16th 2003 (9:05am)
At least you don't make your wage getting gut-punched by tense drunks.
By: Dave
Friday, Sep 12th 2003 (7:15am)

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