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Re: Gripe thread

Post by youthful_implants » Mon Sep 19, 2011 10:49 am

I think the problem with privatisation and subsequent outsourcing of government projects such as MYKI, the health service etc etc is they hemorrhage money through poor middle management and over-priced consultancy TBH.

People don't care about the job at hand, because they're only on temporary contracts 9 times out of ten, and whether it succeeds or fails has no bearing on their resume and they get paid regardless.
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Re: Gripe thread

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Re: Gripe thread

Post by amzie » Tue Sep 20, 2011 12:46 am

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Re: Gripe thread

Post by deviant » Tue Sep 20, 2011 11:03 am

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Both these thing (despite being fucking tiny) are immpossible to see without getting super close and at the right angle, meaning, I wouldn't have seen them at initial inspection when I picked up the vehicle. fucking super pissed off. $380~ they reckon.

I call bullshit, I've hired 100s of cars. I don't own a car and therefore require hire car fairly regularly. I've never been charged for damage in my life. Seriously...

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Re: Gripe thread

Post by quiet roar » Tue Sep 20, 2011 11:32 am

youthful_implants wrote:I think the problem with privatisation and subsequent outsourcing of government projects such as MYKI, the health service etc etc is they hemorrhage money through poor middle management and over-priced consultancy TBH.

People don't care about the job at hand, because they're only on temporary contracts 9 times out of ten, and whether it succeeds or fails has no bearing on their resume and they get paid regardless.

Good point, but I think the main problem with privatisation is trying to turn social services into profit making businesses.
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Re: Gripe thread

Post by youthful_implants » Tue Sep 20, 2011 2:19 pm

quiet roar wrote:
youthful_implants wrote:I think the problem with privatisation and subsequent outsourcing of government projects such as MYKI, the health service etc etc is they hemorrhage money through poor middle management and over-priced consultancy TBH.

People don't care about the job at hand, because they're only on temporary contracts 9 times out of ten, and whether it succeeds or fails has no bearing on their resume and they get paid regardless.

Good point, but I think the main problem with privatisation is trying to turn social services into profit making businesses.


Well I dont have a problem with privatisation from an ideological point of view and if they weren't so badly managed then these social services would be self-sustaining but it seems that the bigger projects lose so much money before they're even realised that they're doomed before they've started.

There is nothing wrong with enfranchising local services IMO, I just dont understand why they find it so hard to make them work.
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Re: Gripe thread

Post by thedeadly9 » Tue Sep 20, 2011 2:29 pm

amzie wrote:Heroin I hate you, 29 too young. Life is so damn cruel sometimes.



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Re: Gripe thread

Post by retzie » Mon Sep 26, 2011 1:06 pm

Ugh, 'honeymoon' with new job is over. Something about knowing it is a total dead end career-wise makes all the work seem fucking pointless :?

Further work gripe: meeting one of the high-ups at work, who had come across as a really solid, forward-thinking academic during various orientation speeches. Well, mebbe he is, but he spent the entire conversation staring at my (well-covered) boobs. Lecherous old shits ftl.



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Post by huge » Mon Sep 26, 2011 1:12 pm

far out you really need to change career innit.
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Re: Gripe thread

Post by retzie » Mon Sep 26, 2011 2:01 pm

^ Would help if I knew which direction to even look. Had a chat about this with an old mate who ended up in industry when I was in Melbs and his experience wasn't exactly encouraging. His advice: "You've gotta try to forget you have a PhD and approach it like you're a new grad." Oh good :?
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Re: Gripe thread

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retzie wrote:Ugh, 'honeymoon' with new job is over. Something about knowing it is a total dead end career-wise makes all the work seem fucking pointless :?

Further work gripe: meeting one of the high-ups at work, who had come across as a really solid, forward-thinking academic during various orientation speeches. Well, mebbe he is, but he spent the entire conversation staring at my (well-covered) boobs. Lecherous old shits ftl.



Also, I am sad I still cannot has any friends here :(



On the cleavage front. For such a long time i believed that guys i work with would not be that way i.e. checking out girls chests or making derogatory comments. Because we are suppose to be in a professional environment. But they still do. They are generally more subtle about it, but it still happens. I have heaps of meetings with male Partners and i catch many of them starring at my chest. I have just started using it to get what i want. Shit i know, but if they do that, i'm going to take advantage of it

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Re: Gripe thread

Post by youthful_implants » Mon Sep 26, 2011 4:55 pm

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retzie wrote:Ugh, 'honeymoon' with new job is over. Something about knowing it is a total dead end career-wise makes all the work seem fucking pointless :?

Further work gripe: meeting one of the high-ups at work, who had come across as a really solid, forward-thinking academic during various orientation speeches. Well, mebbe he is, but he spent the entire conversation staring at my (well-covered) boobs. Lecherous old shits ftl.



Also, I am sad I still cannot has any friends here :(



On the cleavage front. For such a long time i believed that guys i work with would not be that way i.e. checking out girls chests or making derogatory comments. Because we are suppose to be in a professional environment. But they still do. They are generally more subtle about it, but it still happens. I have heaps of meetings with male Partners and i catch many of them starring at my chest. I have just started using it to get what i want. Shit i know, but if they do that, i'm going to take advantage of it

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Its a state of mind. It takes a lot of effort not to stare at boobs if you have been openly doing so your whole adult life (or even before that). Some guys just dont get how offensive it is.

I said it before but I believe taking control of your optic nerve is extremely empowering. I never stare at people I dont know or even look them in the eye if I can avoid it. It's just too distracting lol
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Re: Gripe thread

Post by huge » Mon Sep 26, 2011 5:22 pm

youthful_implants wrote:I said it before but I believe taking control of your optic nerve is extremely empowering. I never stare at people I dont know or even look them in the eye if I can avoid it. It's just too distracting lol


im always trying to make eye contact with people. like when walking toward people in the (extra long so it's really hard not to look at someone) hall at work or when in traffic on my bike. boobs are rad but yer it's not massively cool to stare at them when it's blates obvious to the owner you're doing so.
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Post by huge » Mon Sep 26, 2011 5:27 pm

retzie wrote:^ Would help if I knew which direction to even look. Had a chat about this with an old mate who ended up in industry when I was in Melbs and his experience wasn't exactly encouraging. His advice: "You've gotta try to forget you have a PhD and approach it like you're a new grad." Oh good :?


well it just seems to me that the last... many many years i have seen you post in the gripe thread about your working situation that it is just not agreeing with you. i would totally be trying to do something else by now! i spend a lot of time considering different income streams. for instance becoming an apiarist has recently piqued my interest. could be a goer? endless honey supply. mmmmm honey.
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Re: Gripe thread

Post by youthful_implants » Mon Sep 26, 2011 5:30 pm

huge wrote:
youthful_implants wrote:I said it before but I believe taking control of your optic nerve is extremely empowering. I never stare at people I dont know or even look them in the eye if I can avoid it. It's just too distracting lol


im always trying to make eye contact with people. like when walking toward people in the (extra long so it's really hard not to look at someone) hall at work or when in traffic on my bike. boobs are rad but yer it's not massively cool to stare at them when it's blates obvious to the owner you're doing so.


I'm not talking about people I know, at work for example, but on the street mainly. I'm just not interested in strangers who will remain strangers, at all. Maybe I protest too much but its out of habit from growing up in London I would imagine.
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Re: Gripe thread

Post by youthful_implants » Mon Sep 26, 2011 5:33 pm

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retzie wrote:^ Would help if I knew which direction to even look. Had a chat about this with an old mate who ended up in industry when I was in Melbs and his experience wasn't exactly encouraging. His advice: "You've gotta try to forget you have a PhD and approach it like you're a new grad." Oh good :?


well it just seems to me that the last... many many years i have seen you post in the gripe thread about your working situation that it is just not agreeing with you. i would totally be trying to do something else by now! i spend a lot of time considering different income streams. for instance becoming an apiarist has recently piqued my interest. could be a goer? endless honey supply. mmmmm honey.


lol I was wondering what an apiarist was for a second. I thought it might be come kind of bush pruner like a topiarist.
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Post by huge » Mon Sep 26, 2011 5:38 pm

oh i don't know these people at work, mostly cos they try to avoid eye contact with me at any cost therefore i never get to say hello to them.

i find most people are completely bonkers and i need to make eye contact with them to stop them from being so bonkers that it affects me by running into them on the footpath or while they jaywalk in front of me on the bike etc. when you make eye contact it's like it pops them out of their "i'm an unpredictably bonkers person" bubble back into reality and common sense.

sometimes that backfires tho cos when they suddenly realize they've walked into the middle of the road they freak out and stop, then you do run into them cos where they _were_ is suddenly where they _still are_.

i think i might be a bit weird tho.
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Re: Gripe thread

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huge wrote:boobs are rad but yer it's not massively cool to stare at them when it's blates obvious to the owner you're doing so.

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youthful_implants wrote:
Lizkins wrote:
retzie wrote:Ugh, 'honeymoon' with new job is over. Something about knowing it is a total dead end career-wise makes all the work seem fucking pointless :?

Further work gripe: meeting one of the high-ups at work, who had come across as a really solid, forward-thinking academic during various orientation speeches. Well, mebbe he is, but he spent the entire conversation staring at my (well-covered) boobs. Lecherous old shits ftl.



Also, I am sad I still cannot has any friends here :(



On the cleavage front. For such a long time i believed that guys i work with would not be that way i.e. checking out girls chests or making derogatory comments. Because we are suppose to be in a professional environment. But they still do. They are generally more subtle about it, but it still happens. I have heaps of meetings with male Partners and i catch many of them starring at my chest. I have just started using it to get what i want. Shit i know, but if they do that, i'm going to take advantage of it

And having brains doesn't account for manners


Its a state of mind. It takes a lot of effort not to stare at boobs if you have been openly doing so your whole adult life (or even before that). Some guys just dont get how offensive it is.

I said it before but I believe taking control of your optic nerve is extremely empowering. I never stare at people I dont know or even look them in the eye if I can avoid it. It's just too distracting lol


I used to think this way, but now I just say fuck it, life's too short to not look at ripe melons.

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Re: Gripe thread

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[pisstake]I say if evolution had not intended for boobs to be looked at then a) there shouldn't have been hardwired male instinct to find them attractive and b) evolution should not have given me eyes.

However, I could totally understand how it'd bruise my ego if women walked around all day staring at my package.[/pisstake]

Seriously though, I can understand the whole anti-objectifying/pro-respect for women thing but its an interesting question as to why the same stigma is not associated with perving on the male form.

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Post by youthful_implants » Tue Sep 27, 2011 10:21 am

huge wrote:oh i don't know these people at work, mostly cos they try to avoid eye contact with me at any cost therefore i never get to say hello to them.

i find most people are completely bonkers and i need to make eye contact with them to stop them from being so bonkers that it affects me by running into them on the footpath or while they jaywalk in front of me on the bike etc. when you make eye contact it's like it pops them out of their "i'm an unpredictably bonkers person" bubble back into reality and common sense.

sometimes that backfires tho cos when they suddenly realize they've walked into the middle of the road they freak out and stop, then you do run into them cos where they _were_ is suddenly where they _still are_.

i think i might be a bit weird tho.


:lol:

yeah I guess if you're cycling you need to be doubly aware of where everyone is. and them of you. airhorn?
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huge wrote:well it just seems to me that the last... many many years i have seen you post in the gripe thread about your working situation that it is just not agreeing with you. i would totally be trying to do something else by now! i spend a lot of time considering different income streams. for instance becoming an apiarist has recently piqued my interest. could be a goer? endless honey supply. mmmmm honey.


Yeah, part of it is just me having a whinge and part of it is mebbe that it isn't really working/is chronically borken. The new job fixes the 'living in a shithole' issue, but unfortunately concedes this one:

retzie wrote:a total dead end career-wise


When I accepted it, I knew it was more of a bit of breathing space to figure out wtf to do next than an actual option in itself. The plan is to be out in 2 years max. Still have no idea what I'll do instead though. Morally opposed to all the standard things (bank, DSTO, etc.) but whatever - if I have to go back to admin I will.

As for sneaky glances at boobs - I don't really give a fuck and for the most part don't notice. I mean, I'm in front of rooms of 19 year old boys for most of the day! I more have an issue when you're having a serious discussion with someone who is at least feigning interest in what you are saying and they make a big point of eye contact for the 30% of the time when they aren't looking at your tits. I mean fuck - yer shooting yerself in the foot, man! The fact his wife was standing next to him for half of it and rolling her eyes makes me think he's a serial offender.
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Post by youthful_implants » Tue Sep 27, 2011 10:44 am

retzie wrote:As for sneaky glances at boobs - I don't really give a fuck and for the most part don't notice. I mean, I'm in front of rooms of 19 year old boys for most of the day! I more have an issue when you're having a serious discussion with someone who is at least feigning interest in what you are saying and they make a big point of eye contact for the 30% of the time when they aren't looking at your tits. I mean fuck - yer shooting yerself in the foot, man! The fact his wife was standing next to him for half of it and rolling her eyes makes me think he's a serial offender.


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Re: Gripe thread

Post by JAMESSSS » Tue Sep 27, 2011 10:53 am

You should have been all like "I know what you're thinking mate, and it is a nice rack eh?"
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with all due respect, you do have a pretty nice rack. :retzielikes:

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Re: Gripe thread

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deviant wrote:with all due respect, you do have a pretty nice rack. :retzielikes:


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ummm, I'm failing to see the comparrison.

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deviant wrote:with all due respect, you do have a pretty nice rack. :retzielikes:


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mecka wrote:[pisstake]I say if evolution had not intended for boobs to be looked at then a) there shouldn't have been hardwired male instinct to find them attractive and b) evolution should not have given me eyes.

However, I could totally understand how it'd bruise my ego if women walked around all day staring at my package.[/pisstake]

Seriously though, I can understand the whole anti-objectifying/pro-respect for women thing but its an interesting question as to why the same stigma is not associated with perving on the male form.

No offense intended towards anyone, looking to create constructive and interesting discourse for once. Will resume posting cat pictures shortly.



generally females don't check out guys in front of other guys, or make comments. unless the females sees that guy as like a girlfriend, like i see you. cos you my best gal pal. so i can comment on hot guys with you

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Lizkins wrote:
mecka wrote:[pisstake]I say if evolution had not intended for boobs to be looked at then a) there shouldn't have been hardwired male instinct to find them attractive and b) evolution should not have given me eyes.

However, I could totally understand how it'd bruise my ego if women walked around all day staring at my package.[/pisstake]

Seriously though, I can understand the whole anti-objectifying/pro-respect for women thing but its an interesting question as to why the same stigma is not associated with perving on the male form.

No offense intended towards anyone, looking to create constructive and interesting discourse for once. Will resume posting cat pictures shortly.



generally females don't check out guys in front of other guys, or make comments. unless the females sees that guy as like a girlfriend, like i see you. cos you my best gal pal. so i can comment on hot guys with you

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Post by Lizkins » Fri Sep 30, 2011 4:10 pm

sorry, was just pissed. Had one mate just bail on me tonight so plans killed as a result and then other friends organising something on the same night as the opening for the exhibition. All sorted now, but it was just one thing after another and i was like - wtf? get a bit shitty with people bailing especially last minute
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GOTD: people who come to work and sit there all day with a gross sounding wet phlegmy cough. As well as doing it into their hands... mental note: do not touch anything this person may have come in contact with... oh that's right, that's IMPOSSIBLE when you work in the same building.

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Re: Gripe thread

Post by nic » Mon Oct 10, 2011 8:18 pm

taek a reverse sicky dan
where you stay home as you dont want 2 people sick

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Re: Gripe thread

Post by CoB » Tue Oct 18, 2011 2:32 am

thats awesome
*ring ring* hey, what's up?
oh, i was just seeing if you were at work today, that's great, and you still sound sick.. so... you're too sick for me to work today, bye!
*hang up*+ what the hell???

but i am kind of regretting putting my decks in the lounge room hey...
i just got home from work about an hour ago, thought i would eat some food and have a mix while my housemate was playing games... even, while i was eating i explained to him i was going to have a mix after i finished eating... but pretty much when i put the bowl down he said "oh, i thought we could watch something, you said you were going to hvae a mix, but you didnt... so lets watch something.." fuck you man
fuck you very much...
and then any time i do have a mix they are playing games on the projector and running the sound through my mixer, so it is impossible for me to record anything because there is all sorts of game noises and 12 year olds talking shit...

*deep breath*
seriously sick of this house... have been for a while, dont have a clue why i stay..



+that's whats up! huhu, hang up, whats up.. unintentional moron... *cough*

EDIT: (for the sake of not ruining mecka's thread)
"We're not gross manly men but having a house of bros is not something we are interested in."

this is something that pissed me off about this guy... (there are 3 of us, the other guys is ok, i wouldnt mind kicking moron out and getting someone else but i dont think he will leave)
he is pretty much a gross manly man, and pretty much said "i dont want to have a girl living here, because they suck" or some shit and it pissed me off cos he is disgusting and not having a girl in the house is pretty much his excuse for acting like a slob and never cleaning anything ever... cos a girl isnt going to see it or some shit i dont even know... im rambling now
i want to murder myself
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Re: Gripe thread

Post by huge » Tue Oct 18, 2011 9:39 am

lol cob. sounds like you should move out!
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Re: Gripe thread

Post by JAMESSSS » Tue Oct 18, 2011 10:35 am

I would probably go with moving out over murdering yourself.
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Re: Gripe thread

Post by youthful_implants » Tue Oct 18, 2011 12:03 pm

move out and kill him before you leave.
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Re: Gripe thread

Post by CoB » Wed Oct 19, 2011 2:18 am

all of these are nice thoughts...
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Re: Gripe thread

Post by deviant » Wed Oct 19, 2011 9:08 am

There's a faulty security door only 5 meters from my desk that has been FUCKING BEEPING INCESSANTLY for THREE FUCKING DAYS STRAIGHT.. My boss reckons there's nothing he can do and it will get fixed when it gets fixed... FUCK THIS

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