Living in Wonju South Korea, These Many Long Years

Living in Wonju South Korea, These Many Long Years: Version 2.0!

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Where's #&c*i@! ??!

Wake up at 5:45. Shit and Shower. Read. Drive to work.

Do not attend Monday morning meeting. Some of the peeps are cheesed that I've missed four this year, but I'd rather avoid dealing with anyone.

Read and respond to emails.

Review work from last night. Passive aggressive coworker who thinks they are being overworked decided to do more damage than benefit to his share of the project. Avoid thinking what a douche he is. Finish his work, know not to ask to contribute to any project again. Finish initial round of paperwork. Email the relevant.

Meeting on new product. Listen to wannabees complain how they wanted to work on their part of the project a month ago. Ignore. Listen as entire crew misses the boat on big picture. Not so gently nudge in the right direction. Be ignored due to unacknowledged lack of research / work produced. Take notes on ijits.

Email kindergarten to say I can't make it Wednesday for dad's night out. Be amicably reproached for not being sufficiently involved.  Asked if I'll be maintenance this weekend.  Maybe.

Try to collect vital information from another department head.  Get redirected to a different department, which calls the same head I just spoke to.  Get information.

Lunch. Walk. Smoke too many cigarettes.

Read reports from interns. Ignore some requests, fill in others. Email. Send 'accidentally' to entire company to avoid being asked just what I do. Gauge reactions at 2 afternoon meetings.

Dinner. Read industry article while eating. Ignore all around.

Office. Email. Consider making list of things to do, realize a waste of time. Finish fixing coworker's botched passive aggressive fuck you. Play solitaire for 15 minutes. Finish final report. Do not send, let sit overnight. Review tomorrow before submitting. Clock out. 9:14 P.M.

Small room. Rice wine. Must sleep as client will arrive at 10:00 A.M.

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