Marc Wentink

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Recent posts by Marc Wentink

Vinod Vijay wrote:work is work buddy

And the bank is the bank, and the mortgage the mortgage! Fully agree.

The only thing is stick to a few (like 2) technologies, since if you have a CV with Java, C++, Delphi, C#, and no specialism, it's also not good.
14 years ago

Saran Vel wrote:world
[This message has been edited by Saran Vel (edited March 26, 2001).]

14 years ago

Michael Ernest wrote:I do agree with Henry that maintaining a professional relationship is extremely important, and making sure that the terms you agreed to with your employer are respect is what makes your credibility what it is..

Ah well, the solution was very unexpected perhaps. I now already have an extra job at the TNT mail service on Saturday for a year, and I am still with the same employer. It pays crap being a postbode, but I just think I combine exercise (walking) with an extra buck, that is sufficient to pay my mortgage..
14 years ago

Mark Spritzler wrote:And yes, I am being a Wanker. ;)

Ok then delete them both, but including all my postings please! The above clearly shows that it can be dangerous use your own name on line, so no I never use my real full correctly spelled own name. If you suspend me, ok, that's your policy. Both names are close enough Í think, but not 100% correct. (I just used a second when I lost the other but I found it again.) It would be a shame, but better then getting in the position like the guy above who lost his job for writing something his boss did not like on line. Yeah well sorry to go then! I do not use my full ID on line, that is then my policy (and yes it is after bad experiences, not just to annoy you or something).
14 years ago

Pushkar Choudhary wrote:

Marcel Wentink wrote:
No really I already díd edit the post that way it could do not thát much harm, knowing it can be read!!

And I see that you've posted using a different account!!


Ah yes, well that is also to confuse I can say that it's not me. "It's almóst my name mister boss but no that must be somebody else!"

Seriously I have adapted my name a little so I can always escape this way. Sorry Javaranch, I know we should use our own names here, I do not trust it.
14 years ago

Thillakan Sabanayakam wrote:Check the following link ..

How To Lose a Job Via Facebook In 140 Characters or Less

Yes! Be very aware that everything you write in a public domain with your name under it can at one time be read by your boss or colleges. Now when you say things you might say in your group of friends, family it does not stand there for public. I have called my boss something like 'a wanker' on many occasions to my daughter and I am still working happily. Sometimes you say these things in frustration. Do not say them on line!! Also not in javaranch!
14 years ago
I think we had this discussion before?

Well 3 hours of weights training, one hour of cardio, and 160 km (100 miles) of work-office biking per week.

14 years ago

fred rosenberger wrote:So where do you draw the line?

Yeah well that is álways the problem. Most do it at 18 others at 16 some countries even at 15. Ok strange comparison with age perhaps but there is always a grey area were the line must be. I would not pro definition fire someone because he or she got caught doing something sexual somewhere sometimes in office surroundings. (Assuming it will not become a daily after lunch habit.)
14 years ago
BACKUP - What you do when you run across a skunk in the woods
BAR CODE - Them's the fight'n rules down at the local tavern
BOOT UP – what you do when the dog barks too much
BROADBAND – big radio station dial
BUG - The reason you give for calling in sick
BUS SPEED – when the driver puts tha foot down
BYTE - What your pit bull dun to cusin Jethro
CACHE - Needed when you run out of food stamps
CHIP - Pasture muffins that you try not to step in
TERMINAL - Time to call the undertaker
CRASH - When you go to Junior's party uninvited
DIGITAL - The art of counting on your fingers
DISKETTE - Female Disco dancer
DVD - movie that doesn’t need re-winding
FAX - What you lie about to the IRS
HACKER - Uncle Leroy after 32 years of smoking
HARDCOPY - Picture looked at when selecting tattoos
HARDDRIVE - a country dirt road after a week of rain
INTERNET - Where cafeteria workers put their hair
KEYBOARD - Where you hang the keys to the John Deere
MAC - Big Bubba's favorite fast food
MEGAHERTZ - How your head feels after 17 beers
MEGABYTES - what you get after a skeeter attack
MODEM - What ya did when the grass and weeds got too tall
MOUSE PAD - Where Mickey and Minnie live
NETWORK - Scoop'n up a big fish before it breaks the line
PROCESSOR – for making the burger mince
ONLINE - Where to stay when taking the sobriety test
RAM – what you do to the front door when you loose the house keys
ROM - Where the pope lives
SCREEN - Helps keep the skeeters off the porch
SERIAL PORT - A red wine you drink with breakfast
SUPERCONDUCTOR - Amtrak's Employee of the year
SCSI - What you call your week-old underwear
WINDOWS – what you need to see outside the house
14 years ago

hritik roy wrote:
What is the worst movie you have ever seen?(worst would be hard to decide,so in your opinion which one is the most overrated one?)

Oceans 12! Incredible bad movie. Rented it from the video store and it was one of the few movies I started fast forwarding at the end, and then finally not even waiting for it to end. How in earth's name this movie got those good credits from other people I am mystified.
14 years ago

Kevin Navles wrote:Hi,

Thw moment i have no work, i tend to sleep. I could not control and afraid my TL, PL might have a wrong opinion on me. Help me

Can I send you my work then? I am sleepy since I have too much to do and therefore I am tired!
14 years ago

Henry Wong wrote:I'm being serious. In many countries, sex on public property (or even private property where you can be seen by others) is illegal.

If you are showing yourself on purpose you are violating a rule. If you are caught by accident though, it's another matter.
14 years ago

paul wheaton wrote:Besides, isn't it england with "page 3"?

And then we have the approaches in the news when caught with something innapropriate: americans deny until there is proof and then they are utterly silent. Hugh Grant came right out and said "yes, that was me. so?"

I thought it showed pretty good depth of character on the part of the english.

My goodness, if you are saying that as an American you find English liberal on sex, that shocks me!! Actually most other Europeans find them prude and frustrated shówing that with that giggling fart and pee humour, if you then want a stereo type.
14 years ago

raghunath venkat wrote:It is nearly 1.3 year gap.

Well it happened to me too once. I do not have much óther advice then the rest, just to comfort you, it happens to the best.
14 years ago

Vishal Pandya wrote:You're setting your own rules. But company has its own rule to which we are bound to obey.

I doubt if many companies would have éxplicit rules on this. The hygiene aspect Gregg points out I can understand though.

Then about 'getting a room': What if the group is on a company outing during more days including a night stay and they have all their own (1 person) room in a hotel? And two of your colleagues are using one room, and not using the other so to speak? Well the boss says we should all be a 'good team and integrate', and then we're réally getting to be friends, and he is not happy again!

I know once the management told something like 'don't you two dare', when two got kinda too friendly in such a situation. Ah well they were a British company, and the 'couple' was Dutch and Swedish so there might be a cultural difference on this.
14 years ago