Observations from Work  

rm_HDBhamMJ28 41M
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7/19/2006 7:57 am
Observations from Work


I mentioned in an earlier post about where I work and being able to watch the attractive women coming in in the mornings. Alot of you are probably wondering "Mmm, wonder where this guy works". For those wondering, and those not, I work as a security guard at a certain financial institution's operations center. Generally I work in the monitoring center, but since being promoted, I'm out on the front desk more often.
It being my job to observe people, I've noticed quite a few things.
The first one is a guy who works on the 1st floor during the graveyard shift. He's a cool guy, I've talked to him while walking by his work station as I'm roving the building. However, he is a dead ringer for the "Milton" character from the movie Office Space. I have to stiffle a laugh everytime I see him and I've had to restrain myself from telling him that I've seen his stapler (the people who have seen the movie or the "Milton" animated shorts will know what I'm talking about). Oh, and if you haven't seen either the movie or the shorts, I highly recommend them. They're hilarious.
Another thing I've noticed, and it irritates me to no end, is certain people using the handicap doors. The doors I'm referring to open automatically when a button is pushed. I've seen countless perfectly healthy and un-handicapped people use them. I wish I could drag them out back and pistol whip them for being lazy, but sadly, all I can do is roll my eyes and curse them under my breath.
Now, to end on a positive note. The other thing I've noticed, and it is by far my favorite, is the abundance of attractive women that work at this place. It's my first time to work anywhere related to corporate America, so it could have always been like this. For the record, I worked at a Baskin Robbins and a car wash in high school, joined the Marines when I graduated, then worked for a moving company, a landscaping company, and an industrial supply company before landing my current job. Anyway, it always brightens the last hour and a half of my shift to see these women come in. I'm also aware of their names, since the computer displays there security badge when they card in. It's a good thing, cause I hate not being able to put a name to a face. I'll say good morning to them and everyone else that walks through the door. Some return the greeting, some don't. Still others say it to me before I can say it to them.

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