Here I am once again my dear patients, to inform you of what's new in The Ward and rant a bit along the side. First of all both Nuut Wereld and Tengoku Senshi have been written, so all that remains is a new Web wandering then for me to catch up on Kourin Ni Tensai. This of course means that if I can complete this task by the end of the week, The Ward will be alive again sometime next week, which brings the news portion of this update to an end. Now it's time for me to get to the ranting part and I can honestly say I really need it.
Though it wasn't mention in any of the update, or anywhere at all really, I had finally got a job and finally started working last week, only to get fire when Saturday hit. Now I can imagine a few of the people I know will imagine that's its completely my fault I lost the job, and I'd be foolish to say there were no errors on my part, but this time around the fault can all be directed at the establishment, that I shalt not name. The issue comes in the form of scheduling. When I was originally interviewed for the job I recalled the manager saying I work from Monday to Thursday, but upon starting it I wasn't sure if that was actually correct. I decided to ask the night manager about it and she told me to check a schedule posted on a bulletin board right outside the office for my name. I did, and I didn't see my name so I thought I was pretty set, but I then learnt around Friday that I did in fact have to come in, and it was Thursday that I was off (No one informed me of this throughout the whole shift Thursday I might add), anyway, one mistake was all it took and the manager wasted no time letting me go, but I later learned that the reason I didn't see my name was because it wasn't written on the schedule. What was written on the schedule was "new guy," and I was suppose to realize that that referred to me. Now this was my first job so I don't know if its commonplace or not, but why the hell would someone who knows your name, write new guy instead. When I was told to check the bulletin board for my name, that was exactly what I did. I didn't look for "new guy," I looked for the name on my ID, Birth certificate, and social security card. Nevertheless, my first ever job was short lived and now I'm scouring the job market again. Here's hoping that my name one goes a lot smoother.
So till next we meet, see you at The Ward, where you come to get your boredom cured.