What Are You Doing Right Now? (59 Viewers)

Fr3sh

Senior Member
Jul 12, 2011
34,511
You're teaching First Nations kids right? They're probably all high on meth already
That's not nice, the oldest kids I teach are 13 at most.

There are some that are sometimes completely exhausted because they couldn't sleep the previous night due to their drunk parents.
 

Fr3sh

Senior Member
Jul 12, 2011
34,511
Sounds rough. But you got this.

You guys started losing light yet?
Yeah it's dark by 5pm, not excited about the 2hr daylight days.

As for the job itself, I am pretty used to the routine and the ins and outs. I tend to do my planning in the early AM, I get to school an hour and a half early, but never stay late except when there are mandatory meetings which I'm not fan of

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Wait what.. @Fr3sh is teaching kids while being high? You must live in Colombia really.
Canada, it's legal now :spliff:
 

Lapa

FLY, EAGLES FLY
Sep 29, 2008
16,473
Yeah it's dark by 5pm, not excited about the 2hr daylight days.

As for the job itself, I am pretty used to the routine and the ins and outs. I tend to do my planning in the early AM, I get to school an hour and a half early, but never stay late except when there are mandatory meetings which I'm not fan of

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Canada, it's legal now :spliff:
Yea I remember you live in Canada. But legal to teach kids while being high (sounds cool to me)? :shifty:
 
Sep 4, 2006
59,224
If I list my current job as work experience and a potential new employer wants to verify with them that I worked there what is my former manager allowed to really say about me? I've heard mixed things.

I am concerned, not because they have any legitimate complaints, because I'm pretty sure my current manager is going to not take it well if she finds out I am planning to ditch for a better gig. Worried she might take it personally or idk but she is a bit whack like that.
 

ALC

Ohaulick
Oct 28, 2010
39,806
If I list my current job as work experience and a potential new employer wants to verify with them that I worked there what is my former manager allowed to really say about me? I've heard mixed things.

I am concerned, not because they have any legitimate complaints, because I'm pretty sure my current manager is going to not take it well if she finds out I am planning to ditch for a better gig. Worried she might take it personally or idk but she is a bit whack like that.
They don’t verify with your manager unless you put them down as reference. They usually check through your paystubs or when they do the background check.

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So anyone else seen Chuck Berry's sextape?
Had to google who that is. I prefer white dudes in my porn so I can imagine the dude doing the fucking as being myself. Why do you ask tho?
 

Enron

Tickle Me
Moderator
Oct 11, 2005
67,966
If I list my current job as work experience and a potential new employer wants to verify with them that I worked there what is my former manager allowed to really say about me? I've heard mixed things.

I am concerned, not because they have any legitimate complaints, because I'm pretty sure my current manager is going to not take it well if she finds out I am planning to ditch for a better gig. Worried she might take it personally or idk but she is a bit whack like that.
You should be able to stipulate whether they can seek a reference from your current manager or not. Obviously you should stipulate no.
 

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