Monday, December 26, 2011

A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND PENCILS

So to start, I "was" a Pencils employee for about 5.5 years, and just recently quit only a few months ago due to well, there is not much need for explanation there. Anyways, I have been reading this blog for some time and absolutely love it, and I can agree with every single post written. I passed along the link to fellow workers some time ago and everyone loved it too. So I'm writing this today not to give you a special story about one of my experiences as they have pretty much already been posted and I don't have anything remarkable to say. I took this picture a couple of years ago (he hasn't been with the company for a while), and thought it would be perfect to post on your site without any commentary - I don't think any is necessary. This was not a staged picture at all, I merely snapped a quick pic. The surroundings are clear to anyone who has or does work at Pencils and I thought they would get a kick out of it. Again, he hasn't worked with the company for a while now so there really is no harm in this. Looking forward to seeing it on a post. 

Thanks from a long time reader and fan- 

6 comments:

  1. what a lazy asshole (picture)

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  2. He probably was fixing someone's PC and went to sleep. Maybe lazy, maybe not. The gentleman that works in our store works over 10 hours per day because even though he is a part time employee he is always working other people's shifts. Sometimes it looks like he wants to drop dead and sometimes you will see him like the picture above but doing that at copy center.

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  3. No, this particular manager did not even work on the PCs, but merely used the tech area as a refuge from the work he was supposed to be doing. Lazy indeed.

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  4. about as lazy as our sales manager,except ours seems more into following the under 18 female workers around every shift he works and trying to be mr nice guy.....

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  5. Looks like me 5 min into a "training" video.

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