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    Quote Originally Posted by super_e View Post
    Just curious, would you rather ...

    A) have an co-worker that was always on time and never called in sick, but had a hard time doing their job. Not that they are lazy, just they seem to not be able to fully understand everything they have to do. This makes having to explain things to this person a tiring job, usually needing to repeat the same thing over and over again, sometimes drawing diagrams.

    B) have a co-worker that is able to get the job done quickly and well, leaves the place a mess for those that come in after them, is often late, and very regularly calls in sick, forcing those working the shift before theirs to work a double-shift, even if they had other commitments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by super_e View Post
    Just curious, would you rather ...

    A) have an co-worker that was always on time and never called in sick, but had a hard time doing their job. Not that they are lazy, just they seem to not be able to fully understand everything they have to do. This makes having to explain things to this person a tiring job, usually needing to repeat the same thing over and over again, sometimes drawing diagrams.

    B) have a co-worker that is able to get the job done quickly and well, leaves the place a mess for those that come in after them, is often late, and very regularly calls in sick, forcing those working the shift before theirs to work a double-shift, even if they had other commitments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by super_e View Post
    Just curious, would you rather ...

    A) have an co-worker that was always on time and never called in sick, but had a hard time doing their job. Not that they are lazy, just they seem to not be able to fully understand everything they have to do. This makes having to explain things to this person a tiring job, usually needing to repeat the same thing over and over again, sometimes drawing diagrams.

    B) have a co-worker that is able to get the job done quickly and well, leaves the place a mess for those that come in after them, is often late, and very regularly calls in sick, forcing those working the shift before theirs to work a double-shift, even if they had other commitments.

    Super_e, if you're have the dependability as person #1 and the efficiency (although you clean up perfectly after your shift) of person #2, you could come work with me .
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    On the subject of Borax, went looking for bug spray for my indoor plants at CT last week and there were sprays for spiders, not for little red spiders but for big spiders. If I have that many spiders in my house, I'm heading for the hills. Can you say arachnaphobia?
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    Quote Originally Posted by couponmummy View Post
    On the subject of Borax, went looking for bug spray for my indoor plants at CT last week and there were sprays for spiders, not for little red spiders but for big spiders. If I have that many spiders in my house, I'm heading for the hills. Can you say arachnaphobia?
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    Quote Originally Posted by super_e View Post
    Just curious, would you rather ...

    A) have an co-worker that was always on time and never called in sick, but had a hard time doing their job. Not that they are lazy, just they seem to not be able to fully understand everything they have to do. This makes having to explain things to this person a tiring job, usually needing to repeat the same thing over and over again, sometimes drawing diagrams.

    B) have a co-worker that is able to get the job done quickly and well, leaves the place a mess for those that come in after them, is often late, and very regularly calls in sick, forcing those working the shift before theirs to work a double-shift, even if they had other commitments.
    c) none of the above
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    Quote Originally Posted by couponmummy View Post
    On the subject of Borax, went looking for bug spray for my indoor plants at CT last week and there were sprays for spiders, not for little red spiders but for big spiders. If I have that many spiders in my house, I'm heading for the hills. Can you say arachnaphobia?

    I have those teeny red spider sometimes, they bite like heck.

    We have spiders almost everyday in the house. I don't mind, but DH does not like them.

    Did you know the average person in his lifetime will eat 8 spiders in his sleep.

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    Don't know about the tiny red ones... but all the big ones I find indoors now get carried out to the vegetable garden instead of killing them.

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    some of my favorite!!!

    Yup they are all my pic and for some i was at 1 in of the spider.

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    Ontest, the third photo down, I can't remember the name of the spider (but I should!) but it's the one that usualy is found in wood piles (and houses )? Their webs/nests are like tunnels? I got bit by one on the hip 2 years ago. I ended up in the hospital because I was allergic to it. Scared the hell out of me .
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    Quote Originally Posted by snuffaluffagus View Post
    Super_e, if you're have the dependability as person #1 and the efficiency (although you clean up perfectly after your shift) of person #2, you could come work with me .
    Snuff, thanks, I like to think that I'm a good mix of both.

    At my work last week they got rid of #1. #2, who used to do that job in the past but had changed positions several months earlier, went back to their old job. Everyone was really happy, there is now a competent person doing the job. And then last night #2 called in sick .. after only being back at the position for 4 days!!!. Oy. The person who had to work a double shift was not happy. He had plans with his family that he had to cancel. I think he was more pi$$ed because he knows this is going to be a regular thing, he's going to be stuck working doubles with no notice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snuffaluffagus View Post
    Ontest, the third photo down, I can't remember the name of the spider (but I should!) but it's the one that usualy is found in wood piles (and houses )? Their webs/nests are like tunnels? I got bit by one on the hip 2 years ago. I ended up in the hospital because I was allergic to it. Scared the hell out of me .
    The yellow one (pic 6) in raspberry is Argiope aurantia and this is a very common spider.
    pic 1 and 3 show dolomedes who is very common in wood because of the humidity.
    pic 2 and 4 show a female Araneus sp
    pic 5 and 7 show a male Araneus sp
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2010ontest View Post
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    We are going out for supper to Scores, it's our anniversary. Kiera will suck back noodle soup and Kevin will ask are we done yet 50 times, in between that they will pick at each other lol. I will kill them before supper is done.
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