Monday, September 26, 2011

The Stats Don't Lie

I can certainly tell I haven't been posting nearly as often as I used to when I see the stats for this last week, they are down by roughly half.

Hopefully I can get back into the groove here shortly now that I ain't on the road all the time.
Shit, I haven't even visited some of my favorite site myself in the last three weeks.

In the mean time, thanks to those who do stop by and I will see about getting back with the program here in a while.
I started that new job today, kinda.
I spent eight hours going through four 3 ring binders with protocals, business practices and safety procedures so I can take a test on stuff I have no idea what they are talking about.
Technical stuff I have never even heard of.

I have some confidence in myself though.
I saw some guys working there that tells me I have a pretty good chance.

Everyone I met today were all very nice and friendly, they would walk by and stop and introduce themselves and shake my hand.

That is very encouraging.

Wish me luck, I am already digging the ten minute commute, that shit is awesome.


  1. I hope you feel as lucky as you are. I get an interview maybe 4-6 times a year and, obviously, none have translated into a job.

  2. My stats dropped off because instead of ranting or doom and gloom, I'm chronicling my latest cash money side gigs. Meh, it's my blog and I'll do what I wanna. You too Busted, fuck the numbers.Your real friends will always stop by regardless.

  3. Knucks. I have never let not knowing what the fuck I'm doing stop me from ggettiing the job done.

    Case in point as to the validity of this concept, I was over to your other blog and watched those boys crack a $40,000 jacked-up truck like can od sardines.

    And while I'm here, please allow me to say two things. First, it is the American worker who made this a great country and not the fucking company President. Again I point to personal experience.

    I'm President of Mooner's Compost Plant and and all they let me do is sign checks--my best job skill.

    Second, I'd like to say:


  4. Anonymous8:48 AM

    It is always a good sign when you get hand shakes from other employees.
    They usually know through the grape vine what the new guy is all about.
    Hey Moon!! Ditto regards Perry.