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Re: My 1 on 1 with a US Congressman - Social Security
Old 05-01-2005, 06:43 PM   #81
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Re: My 1 on 1 with a US Congressman - Social Security

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You're pretty much retired already, I suspect!

Congrats!
Thanks Dory. And yes, I'm definitely at the RIP stage (Retired In Place). Or as I like to say, I have the highest morale of any employee in the company and I dare anyone to try to get this smile off my face. And the fact that I was asked to delay my retirement 30 days in return for an extra two weeks pay is (almost) priceless!

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Re: My 1 on 1 with a US Congressman - Social Security
Old 05-01-2005, 06:46 PM   #82
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Re: My 1 on 1 with a US Congressman - Social Security

A major new feature of the new software is that you can change from REWanabe to REhahaha by merely going to your profile and making the change. You don't have to create a new ID.

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Re: My 1 on 1 with a US Congressman - Social Security
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A major new feature of the new software is that you can change from REWanabe to REhahaha by merely going to your profile and making the change. You don't have to create a new ID.

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Re: My 1 on 1 with a US Congressman - Social Security
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I don't know what we're paying you, but whatever it is it isn't enough!

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I specifically remember never hearing that from an employer...
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