Friday, June 8, 2007

Compterless office worker.

Yesterday evening, I managed to reach the I.T. employee who handles computer problems for the night shift at SMH. This was great news to me since the daytime computer I.T. person never mentioned we had a night person to call or offered his cellular number. After the night shift I.T. employee examined my CPU, he told me a work order had to be placed since the computer was damaged during the office move. Nice, first they mix up the locks with the keys, and then the movers damaged my computer. The good news is, we found vending machines on the fourth floor. The cafeteria closes at 2:00 p.m. and we start at 4:30 p.m. which gives part-time employees who are college students a hopeless feeling of finding food. Another piece of good news is the man who drives the trolley for the patients has offered to drive us to our office before we start work. Beep, beep, part-time hungry employees on board so move out of our way. Zoom zoom.

5 comments:

ol Doc said...

That Trolly looks like a pregnant golf card. Like maybe it could go into binfinity - I need something like that for getting around 12 acres!

Zeta said...

Yes, it does look pregnant. Zoe who is one of my co-workers is sixth months pregnant and we have no problem getting a ride on the trolley when she is with us.

Big Ed said...

What is this trolly you speak of? Do the patients there get a snack to eat if they want to? Do they have to buy it. I never heard of this when I was there back in 01'. I was starving when I was there.

Big Ed said...

Now that I have reread the message I get the idea you get a ride. Sorry about that, just ignore the man behind the curtain.

Ranger said...

Perhaps, if you can provide food for the night shift I.T. employee, he might be able to expedite repairs?