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Do You give a rats AZZ about KOBE?

This is a discussion on Do You give a rats AZZ about KOBE? within the General Talk forums, part of the General Discussion category; Originally Posted by SOCOM42 what the hell was I doing, spending a lot of money and wasting time Well, I got my first real job ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SOCOM42 View Post
    what the hell was I doing, spending a lot of money and wasting time
    Well, I got my first real job in 1964. When my dad found out I wouldn't embarrass him at work (he was an EVP), he got me a job at The Master Lock Company. Now, I weighed about 140 pounds and each box of locks weighed 72 pounds--I was expected to carry two of them, do the math.

    BTW, this was in the era when if the rank-and-file found out you were a S.O.B. (a son of a boss) they made sure you would be killed at the end of the first summer. Just to piss them off I worked for six summers and put myself through college.

    On the last day of the last year I worked there my dad got silent on the drive home. I asked him what was bugging him.

    He responded, "Man, you really shoved it to those blue collar types. Yikes, I'm glad you didn't work for me..."

    I told him the truth, "Oh, I would have loved to goof off like the rest of the SOBs.' I'll never give a sucker any chance..."

    He let out a deep breath and said, "So you worked for six years on the fuel of 'hate'?"

    I just admitted, "...well, it worked for me..."

    My dad was a 'smiler.' But on that drive home, he laughed out loud!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tourist View Post
    Well, I got my first real job in 1964. When my dad found out I wouldn't embarrass him at work (he was an EVP), he got me a job at The Master Lock Company. Now, I weighed about 140 pounds and each box of locks weighed 72 pounds--I was expected to carry two of them, do the math.

    BTW, this was in the era when if the rank-and-file found out you were a S.O.B. (a son of a boss) they made sure you would be killed at the end of the first summer. Just to piss them off I worked for six summers and put myself through college.

    On the last day of the last year I worked there my dad got silent on the drive home. I asked him what was bugging him.

    He responded, "Man, you really shoved it to those blue collar types. Yikes, I'm glad you didn't work for me..."

    I told him the truth, "Oh, I would have loved to goof off like the rest of the SOBs.' I'll never give a sucker any chance..."

    He let out a deep breath and said, "So you worked for six years on the fuel of 'hate'?"

    I just admitted, "...well, it worked for me..."

    My dad was a 'smiler.' But on that drive home, he laughed out loud!
    When I was 15, I was 6' and 170 pounds, worked on a farm that paid 100$ for a 40 hour week.

    We put up fence, baled hay and carried 2 50 pounders at once. The hay mall was > 95o F August. Winter, if you were cold, not working hard enough.

    P.S. we did 2000 bales a day, by hand. We had New Holland /Ford Wagons, that held~ 200 bales stacked
    Last edited by Mad Trapper; 02-01-2020 at 12:47 PM.
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    I feel sorry for his family. But I doubt he would would be concerned if it was I who passed. Just not into sports big jocks.
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    nope, could care less

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckklr98 View Post
    nope, couldn't care less

    Fify.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Back Pack Hack View Post
    Fify.
    U tink yer a fart feller dunt ya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    U tink yer a fart feller dunt ya.
    Eye'z a real fart smeller!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Back Pack Hack View Post
    Eye'z a real fart smeller!
    The horse that farts will never tire;
    the man that farts s'the one to hire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MountainGirl View Post
    The horse that farts will never tire;
    the man that farts s'the one to hire.
    Do giraffes ever smell farts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Back Pack Hack View Post
    Do giraffes ever smell farts?
    Oh great. Something else to wonder about. Thanks.
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    BRING ALL TROOPS HOME NOW.

 

 
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