April 25th, 2008


Subway grossness

There is a Subway a couple blocks from here so I zipped out and grabbed my club sub and diet pepsi for breakfast. I put it in the fridge here at work and I'll eat it at home while watching Survivor.

Normally I would stop at the Subway close to home but the new guy working there grosses me the f*ck out! Last week he had a cold so he kept sniffling and would wipe snot on his arm/wrist while making the subs. F*cking gross man! He also has a habit of touching the cash register and going back to making subs. WTF? I noticed him doing that a couple weeks ago while waiting on a young woman. She quickly asked him to change his gloves before touching her sub again. Good for her! He did the same thing to me yesterday, he cashed out the previous customer and came to ask what I wanted while getting the paper wrap ready. I said "First I would like you to change your gloves and then I would like a club on whole wheat please." He nodded and did as I asked. I shouldn't have to ask them to change their gloves. Then he started sniffling snot again. I lost my appetite and put the sub in the fridge when I got home. o.O

They are so short staffed that I doubt they would do anything if a person complained. I think the guy is missing a few cards from the deck.
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A Tale of Bats.

DISCLAIMER: I am not a bat expert. Most of what I know is from growing up in the Midwest and receiving pamphlet in school about bats and rabies. Also, wikipedia.

That all aside, this is a suck from October 2007. It's a wee bit long, due to my love of details. Sorry.

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It was forever ago, but today I had another maintenance fellow come in to fix the drain in the shower. I tell him the tale, and he informs me that not long after, the downstairs neighbors reported a bat issue. One of the holes in the pantry is actually on the floor, and leads directly to our downstairs neighbor's pantry. He reckons, (and I agree), that my bat friend wiggled through one of the holes and ended up there.

Needless to say, every hole in my place is currently covered with duct tape.