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To: Sub-Driver

Some people can be trusted to work at home, but for others its just internet surfing time without the danger of being caught. Perhaps they will surf the social sites to find lists of names of pesky conservatives. I’ll bet their supervisors would find that productive.

There are very few government employees I would trust and those sitting behind computers are the least trustworthy in my book. Did this comment get me on an audit list?


3 posted on 05/18/2013 9:45:59 AM PDT by trubolotta
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To: trubolotta

You are so right. I work for the G. and this is actually a complex question.
1. Few people (ESPECIALLY gov. filth) can be trusted to telework.
2. I CAN be trusted. I don’t like work hanging over my head, and when I telework, that FOUR AND A HALF HOURS EACH DAY that I am not commuting to work. Instead I get a LOT done, by using some of that 4.5 hours to catch up and even get ahead.
3. And I’m not even being facetious here... It might be a BAD thing that I get more done. My job, like 99% of all G. jobs, wastes money and contributes to the death of the country. Wouldn’t it be better for everybody to pay me to do nothing? That way, only my salay is wasted, as opposed to the salary, plus the damage I do the country by working.


9 posted on 05/18/2013 10:02:08 AM PDT by Doctor 2Brains
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To: trubolotta
Did this comment get me on an audit list?

It did now.

Just kidding. :-)

14 posted on 05/18/2013 1:07:59 PM PDT by Tolerance Sucks Rocks (Drag Me From Hell!)
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