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Morty, you got this!
Thank you. I got a little nervous on where to look and felt some of my SA from high school coming back, but I think it went OK.

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Take a note pad and write things down, then learn when not there. Note cash register brand and look online as to how to use it (Youtube, manuals, etc). In addition, look online for instructional video's from company or ask about manuals if they have something like that. Even sit down after orientation in the place, buy a coffee and note how it all works from observation. More how you see how it works, more confident you should be.

Ah, I didn't think to bring anything like that! It would have been a good idea, though we were just told about general company policy, how to close/open the store, given some additional forms to fill out and etc. We got a form listing the sandwich formulas, opening and closing procedure/checklist, questions to ask customers, and end of shift procedure. We had a quiz to take at the orientation that was on some of the rules we were told, pretty common sense stuff. Apparently we will have another quiz to take at training. They told us we would already be making sandwiches in training... I'm scared being thrown to the sharks so soon but if it is that easy then hopefully it shouldn't be a problem. LOL



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post #1402 of 17959 (permalink) Old 10-29-2018, 06:31 PM
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I found this through 'ask a mortician's' twitter page

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and they all have basically the same hair.
It's the Mortician Addams look.

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Thinking about the time I wasn't sick, lol.
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Ah, I didn't think to bring anything like that! It would have been a good idea, though we were just told about general company policy, how to close/open the store, given some additional forms to fill out and etc. We got a form listing the sandwich formulas, opening and closing procedure/checklist, questions to ask customers, and end of shift procedure. We had a quiz to take at the orientation that was on some of the rules we were told, pretty common sense stuff. Apparently we will have another quiz to take at training. They told us we would already be making sandwiches in training... I'm scared being thrown to the sharks so soon but if it is that easy then hopefully it shouldn't be a problem. LOL
Sounds like have a good setup in place for transition.

Did I hear "sandwiches", yummy.

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Thinking about the time I wasn't sick, lol.
I think we all do when feel sick. I wish that you get better soon. A suggestion is to try to keep the same temp inside, outside. At least 20 degrees C inside (buy a digital or old school on the wall thermometer).
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I wish things were normal. I feel like normalcy would look a lot different than what the world looks like now, with so many humans driving cars on ugly pavement. Normalcy to me would look more like the native American lifestyle, far more in touch with nature.

I dont know if I want a job. I cant think on my own or sometimes at all when I am on the job. I feel too much pressure to do well.
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Trying to lose weight but I binged and now I've been binging for 3 weeks straight

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Anyone know how do I get the serial number of this item?

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01E17LOL6/

I followed the instructions here https://classroom.synonym.com/flash-...ber-20347.html but there IS nothing in the dropdown menu, or anywhere, giving a serial number. I want to register my device to make use of the service plan but I don't think I can do that without a serial number.

There's nothing on the package or on the device itself, either, except a bar code.

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Serial number might be under a sticker?

Or have to take cover off?

Rare that see a serial number done the software way.
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These tapatalk ads make me laugh. This one is by far a favourite. All of these unrelated things are supposed to convince me this has anything to do with the other. kitty claws, stretch marks and cotton balls in ears what is this even.
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I've never realized how much crap that needs to be dealt with after someone dies. Makes the grieving process so much worse
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I bought resold concert tickets and on the invoice it says 'the seller set the price you paid so it might be different to face value' and then the person who sent the tickets had like added a note in pen underneath it 'and stubhub also takes a big cut' lol.

Yeah '**** you stubhub' lol.

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It's the Mortician Addams look.
lol it's a cool hairstyle but yeah that amused me because it's basically how I'd expect a mortician to look.

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Have the doctors on Thursday, after they failed to prescribe what I need the ****tards to, to help me get through the winter depression. Last year they took 2 ****ing months to *not prescribe agomelatine (and for me to find out). This time they won't prescribe a low dose pregabalin + moclobemide because "they don't have experience with those meds", except they have been prescribing me pregabalin for the last year until a few months back. So they write to the psychiatrist (who I have been discharged from) and its going to take ****ing months. I don't have months, I fail this degree soon.

They also trolled me by charging Ł60 for evidence of my problems for the uni, and couldn't even be arsed to get a doctor to fill it in, they got a nurse practitioner who is ****ing retired (so probably won't count). I swear they are just ****ing with me.

So, on Thursday, naturally they won't prescribe me anything of use. I will tell them I am going to buy agomelatine powder from a somewhat reputable site on the internet, and I would appreciate it if they would do the necessary liver tests so I don't die. I will add that I can advise them which liver tests to do if they are unable to read the little manual which ****ing tells them.

Failing that, I am just going to order a bunch of kratom in and use it to boost my mood temporarily to go to lectures and do assignments. This is no way to live, and it's not a solution to a damn thing, but since all the help I seem able to get is 6 sessions of CBT in 12-18 weeks I am running out of options. I can do a course break for a year, which isn't going to help, because I will be even worse next year.

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Sorry to hear mate.

I noticed Uni is stressful for everyone, drives us up the wall and all.
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Sorry to hear mate.

I noticed Uni is stressful for everyone, drives us up the wall and all.
Yeh, its worse because a lot of stuff has sorta coincided with it. Went from having an amazing support (psychologist) to literally nothing. Even the lol support I had (shaw trust, and Michael at whatever organisation he was at) booted me out, not because I was misbehaving or anything (I am extremely wholesome in public) just time limits and stuff. Now it's doctors seemingly trolling me, and other problems coinciding.

I need to live somewhere sunny, all the time, seriously. At least then in Sept onwards I wouldn't have the seasonal mood problems.

Hopefully a better day tomorrow though, have some interesting stuff lined up.

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Yeh, its worse because a lot of stuff has sorta coincided with it. Went from having an amazing support (psychologist) to literally nothing. Even the lol support I had (shaw trust, and Michael at whatever organisation he was at) booted me out, not because I was misbehaving or anything (I am extremely wholesome in public) just time limits and stuff. Now it's doctors seemingly trolling me, and other problems coinciding.

I need to live somewhere sunny, all the time, seriously. At least then in Sept onwards I wouldn't have the seasonal mood problems.

Hopefully a better day tomorrow though, have some interesting stuff lined up.
Sounds like been through a lot, some I have seen you mention in the video clips.

I was thinking of some 500w work lights and some sand, beach ball, etc for an indoor beach.

I'm wishing a good day tomorrow for you mate.
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