So I wore a winter hat to work today and I am going to see how long I can wear it before I either a) Am asked to take it off OR b) My head gets so hot I have to take it off.
Here is a pic of me with the hat
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Fire drill at 10AM at least my ears won't be cold. I think it is so stupid that they tell us when the fire drill is going to happen. What the hell is the point, of that? We all know we aren't going to die, I mean I think it is great that some of the lazy asses I work with have to actually exercise and go down three flights of stairs. The best part about the fire drill though is watching the people try to open the door to the stairwell. All you have to do is hold it for ten or fifteen seconds, it will beep while you hold it and eventually will open. However, the morons that get to the door first don't quite get the concept and just tap it and when it beeps they get all nervous and let go, which results in a large pile up at the door. The worst part is the people think the problem is with the door when actually it is them. So they stand around and complain until somebody gets daring and actually holds it down for 15 seconds and amazingly the door opens. Wow!! I know if there is ever a real emergency, I am going to be trapped in a sea of morons, who can't figure out how to open a damn emergency door. It is even more fun once we get outside and we all stand beside the building and try to find the rest of the group so we can all be accounted for. What I don't understand about this crap is that nobody even knows the correct place to stand and we just all end up where ever somebody we recognize ended up. The worst part about this location is that it is right under the building where any debris in a real emergency would be falling down onto our heads. Well it doesn't matter because we would never make it that far anyway, see the door stuff above.
Well this turned out longer than I intended. Later.