QUOTE(felltohell @ Feb 9 2009, 12:30 PM) [snapback]4121619[/snapback]
i stayed at a company for a month,..
the kind of work they talked to me about to lure me into their company was entirely different from what i actually did..
i submitted a letter and i had to be in an exit interview..
I used to be a dishwasher for some crappy chinese restaurant called Lloyds Lloyds. fu-kin slave work for 6.25. I worked at 6PM til 1AM the first day and quit. They made me do all the plumbing $hit too, I said I was a dishwasher, adios muthafu-ka.
2nd Job was in the Navy haha. No real chance to quit anytime, but I did quit after 4 years lol. My last days on the ship were spent saying fu-k you's to everyone who screwed me ( a majority of my chain of command). It was fun slapping my TIS into everyones face, man did it feel fu-kin good. After that, I left the ship and spent 3 days in Hong Kong then caught my flight flew back to japan to say some more fu-k you's, then flew to washington where I learned to hate and say more fu-k you's to people I knew for a week, then I came home
3rd job was at a peach plant. Pay was $hit, I ended up doing electrical, mechanical, plumbing, definitely wasn't in the job description. They said electrical and that was all I was willing to do, but after 3 months I found a more decent job so I went and sabotaged an electrical panel (yes it was on fiya lol). The supervisor called me over the radio screaming for some help, but I said I quit. That was fun, sadly I learned from an ex co worker there that that fire only burned up 3 motors 5 relay contactors, 8 PLC's, and 300 lbs of peach
4th job I was doing solar panel installtion for a company called SPG Solar based out of San Jose, CA. The job was alright, a lot of dirty work because it was out in the field, pay was pretty good though, but it was a contractor job, so I knew I would be out of a job in 3 months. The main supervisor was cool as fu-k, but the leadman was an idiot. Didn't know what the fu-k he was doing, so I said fu-k him, and left. After I left, a guy who I worked with told me the next day that they had ran 800 feet of cable that had been spliced because the leadman told them to run the cable a different way haha. Good $hit!
5th job, currently working at a VA Hospital in Central California, pay is great, I have an office, not too much work, work is easy. The only way I'm leaving this job is if I get fired lol, or if I find a better paying job that's federal. I'm the supervisor which makes it that much better, nobody keeps track of where I'm at, so most days I show up to work, check to see what I have to do, and if there's nothing to do, I just tell the guys below me that I'm running around inspecting $hit, and go home for the rest of the day