He probably thinks they care enough to break in and take it, even though they are employed like him and probably don't need to steal a computer and could just get their own or probably already have one.Mamont wrote:Why? What happened.Tipper_Of_Cows wrote:Starting to think I shouldn't have told my co-workers both that I've got a paper-thin door and a super powerful computer ._.
Oh, and I wouldn't call your computer super powerful, it's just good enough to run GTA V at 1080p at a constant 60+ FPS with settings on high. It's "powerful", not "super powerful". You need at least a 980 or Titan variant before you can say that, or some crossfired AMD cards.
Someone whose been at my company a month less time than me taught me how to do something. It makes me think I'm not putting myself out there enough, if someone whose been there less time is now teaching me how to do something ._.
I'm trying to watch less podcasts hoping it'll get me doing something more useful with my time, but it's only got me sitting staring at an empty screen :I
"would appreciate it"? Is your girlfriend okay?AngusMcTavish wrote:Thanks, guys, for your help from last night. It means a lot, and I'm sure she would appreciate it, too.
Just like what happened when I was about to leave few months ago, and got a promotion.
Also, my roommate has chicken pox. Luckily I had it when I was a kid, so I'm probably safe.
Almost ran out of money, hopefully that will limit my purchases and stop me getting fatter. We're moving our workplace to the other side of the village, so I won't be able to walk home from work at lunch which might help me avoid eating as I feel awkward eating in front of others.
Spent yesterday arguing with my sister on facebook over internet memes. Spent today watching letsplays I've watched before. Having a job doesn't give you a life it seems ._.
So rate now I'm headed to Round Table to drink a pitcher of Coors and have a flat bread pizza with pesto added to it.
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