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Man it is about time to hop into the Dodge Veg-o-matic and head off to the lovely ****hole store i work at to earn my daily $100.  There I will have to deal with the crazy ladies who work there for the next 8 hrs and make it seem like I am so glad to be there.  Who knows what other crap awaits... maybe a visit from the ******* store manager who thinks he is Caesar of krogerland!

So can some one please lift my spirits and remind me why I do this?  Help me deal with this secular bullcrap micro-world called Kroger and give me a little bit of christian compassion.  I could care less to see some of these people ever again but...

I'll be strong and do it ... if not for me but for my family who needs a box of fruity pebbles and a bottle of sunny delight.



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thedude wrote:

I'll be strong and do it ... if not for me but for my family who needs a box of fruity pebbles and a bottle of sunny delight.


 

 That's the motovation. That's the reason. That's the cause. You work for others and not for yourself therefor you are who you are and who you'll always be.

Make time for your job but make time for yourself and your family for they are the ones that keep you going and keep you on the right path.



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Thanks BagBoy!  Thanks for the prophetic pitch there....  I'm now good for another couple days.



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The way you have to look at things is "Life is life,then it's over and what comes inbetween does'nt really matter much." Think about the pension at 65 on top of the Social Security and how your life will be then if you live long enough.



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i was so sick  of kroger, i could die, long befor i was gon. last two years, i got a upst stomach daily, when i had to work, and devolped high blood preasure.

but i put up with it, because i had a family to cre for, and i knew, in my area jobs were so hard to find, i'd never find anything that paid near as well, with benefits.

look at it this way, from someone who knows. bad as kroger is, being out of work is worse. hang onto it as long as you can. it sucks, but it's better then being out of work with ni income.

i feel you thou, i hated that place so bad. i miss the money, but i damn sure don't miss the place

 



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barada wrote:

look at it this way, from someone who knows. bad as kroger is, being out of work is worse.


 I am actually one of the lucky ones b/c I could quit Kroger right this very second and be OK.

 



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