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HOLLY SHIT ITS BEEN A YEAR ALREADY!!! [Oct. 5th, 2007|09:46 am]
tablehick
[mood |amusedamused]

Ok, i know that they say the year goes quicker as you get older, but holy shit. This past saturday, the 29th of September, my nephew turned one year old. Its already been a year. This means that he is the class of 2024, and that will but me at 39/40 years old! AAHHHHHHHHHH! that hurts. So if that doesn't make you feel old enough, everyone that is in a natural progression through school, was born in the 1990s, high schoolers are any way. Feel old now?
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REALLY WANT TO DO IT [Sep. 13th, 2007|12:37 pm]
tablehick
[mood |amusedamused]

A man in Minnesota decided he wanted to committ suicide. HE BUILT HIS OWN GUIATINE, and carried it out. Not making this up, check the associated press. I swear to God, Fucking hilarious.
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OVER WORKED [Sep. 13th, 2007|12:00 am]
tablehick
[mood |frustratedfrustrated]

Even though I've been doing the job for the past year, I just recently was given the title Package Handler Trainer at my job at FedEx Ground. This summer I've been working 60 hour weeks between there and UCit. My weekends are mine, and that gives me enough time off. Of the many trainees I've had at FedEx, One I just had to let go blew my mind. At 45 years old he worked three jobs. He'd work third shift for Kroegers, then go to IHOP for 4-5 hours, then work at FedEx for 4-5 hours, leaving himself only about 4 hours to sleep at night. He says he didn't need the money, he choose to work that much. That is insane. he was there for only 2 weeks, and late 8 of 10 days he worked, which is why he was let go.
Don't be like my former trainee, take time off, enjoy life, and sleep if you get the chance.
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BEEN A LONG TIME [Aug. 30th, 2007|12:10 pm]
tablehick
[mood |calmcalm]

Ok, i know its been almost a year since i updated this thing but her we go. My nephew is no 11 months old, starting to walk and talking a little bit. He finds it fun to beat the hell out of uncle shaun's head to. Especially after its freshly shaved. More to come i promise this time
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Better than me [Oct. 6th, 2006|05:05 pm]
tablehick
[mood |contemplativecontemplative]

I was reading on officer.com, about the Amish School House shooting in PA, that took place earlier this week. The part that struck me with the most force, was that even though the gun man shot and killed five of the children in the school, the community is starting the healing process by forgiving him. A few of the families have even gone to the gun mans family home, and expressed sympathy for thier loss.
Next time some one rubs us the wrong way, or we get a little mad a someone for something minor, let us remeber the Amish. For just days after the shooting, they already forgave the man who killed five of thier own.
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I'M AN UNCLE [Sep. 29th, 2006|05:15 am]
tablehick
[mood |cheerfulcheerful]

After 29 hours of labor, a epidural that wore off, and some 'i hate you's' later. My nephew finally arrived. It had been a long nine months, and one week waiting for him to arrive, but he finally came. His name is Patrick Joseph, and he weighed 8Lbs 6.4Oz, and was 21 inches long. The long night at the hospital was worth it, and i backdated this entry to show when he came. It was a long, tiring, night, but it was worth it, and nothing compared to what she went through. So next time you see me, stop me and see his picture on my phone.
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SO GLAD IT CHANGED [Sep. 2nd, 2006|05:23 pm]
tablehick
[mood |cheerfulcheerful]

This may sound sinister, but its a follow up to my past entry. At the time, The foster parents of Markus Fielsel were origonally going to be charged with manslaughter, and serve a short period of time. With recent devlepments show that they wrapped him in blankets, and bound his hands together. This simple detail, which was left out in the origonal testamony, changes thier charge to murder. Whatever they do, don't put them to death, leave them in the general population, and let jailhouse justice take its course.
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Poor Marcus [Aug. 29th, 2006|07:55 am]
tablehick
[mood |angryangry]

Every time I here about a little kid missing its bad, but my first and only thought is that they are already dead. With Marcus Fisel from Anderson however, I didn't think that till the critical 72 hour period was over. With the number of people that turned out to help his now former foster parents to look, I really thought that there was hope. But when I got home from work last night, I heard on the news that his sick asshole foster parents locked him in a closet for 36 hours, so they could go to a reunion of some type. When they got home, they found Marcus had died due to heat, and dehydration. And then, the worst fuckin part they burned his body.
The two parts that piss me off the most are that 1.) The let hundreds of volunteers, police, fire, and even the childs biological mother look for him, set up prayer vigils, and come on T.V. to plead for information about him. 2.) Under the Ohio Revised Code, (ORC) all they can be charged with at this point is INVOLUNTARY manslaughter, and gross abuse of a corps. With these two charges put together, the max they will serve is around 7 years. FUCK THAT!!!!! To quote on of the best movies ever made, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 (not the best, but come on, its the turtles) They should "roast them, toast them, chop them into tiny little pieces, and feed them to the birds."
Above all of this rant, it hit me extremly hard, due to the fact I'll be an uncle in less than a month at this point. How can people treat children like this. A kid that is only 3, and had the mentality of a 1 year old, had no idea what was going on. I just hope he didn't suffer, and if he did, that it was quick.
Sorry if this brought you down, but it just shows what kind of sick son of a bitch ass holes there are in this world.
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All is good in the world..... For now [Jul. 11th, 2006|11:19 am]
tablehick
[mood |cheerfulcheerful]

SO, this weekend brought three good things with it. One, Jeff Gordon won the race, which is always good. Two, THE WORLD CUP AND WIMBLEDON ARE OVER!!! Thank God. I was so sick of that being the only thing on, and when you don't have cable, and those take up two of your 7 channels, you don't have much to choose from. Third, and definetley the best of the three. A girl I've been 'siblings' with for a long time, since around when i was 12, and she was 18, had her first kid this weekend. Her, and her husband have had several miscarriages, before now, but a 8lb 10oz baby girl came to them at 230 on Sunday afternoon. Carrie is the cuttest kid ever.... That is till my nephew gets here, sorry Sarah, he's gonna win. The nephew countdown is at around 11 weeks, or 77 days, or 1848 hours. So till next time. SAVE A HORSE, RIDE A COWBOY!!!! (I'm a cowboy)
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I might start to get this thing called SLEEP!!!!! [Jul. 7th, 2006|09:38 am]
tablehick
[mood |gratefulgrateful]

Finally some good news from the world of FedEx Ground..... I mean the wounderful company of FedEx Ground, the company that takes care of all you shipping needs. (one of the service managers there has my LJ address, so i put a commercial in there for ya Todd, you owe me $5) Anyway, it took way to long, but the managers finally got tired of being there till 1130 or midnight everynight, and complained about it to their higher ups. They decided that if they hired another P/D driver, pickup and delivery, the guys who get the trailers for us, that we would finish sooner. Not only did they higer another driver, they redid the schedule to make more sense. We still get the same amount of frieght, but it is back quicker, and we don't go dry anymore. This is geat, because 1/3 - 1/2 the frieght is back as soon as we start.
So, instead of working till midnight, and waiting a half hour, we start a half hour earlier, and wrap up around 1000 - 1030. They also, hired enough help to handle all the frieght we get each night, which is anywhere between 13,000 to 18,000, but averages 15,000 a night.
So, we'll have to see how long this lasts, and hopefully its step one in the revamp of the outbound shift they said has been coming since i started there 8 months ago.
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