Sleep Last Night?…………

Don’t forget they are serving to protect us and the world. Makes us realize our problems are minuscule, no matter how bad they are. They are our true heroes!
clipped from www.libertyhigh56.net

Bed
a little lumpy…
Toss and turn
any…
Wish the heat
was higher…
Maybe the a/c
wasn’t on…
Had to go to the
john…
Need a drink of
water…
the
other car cuts you off and you must hit the brakes,


or
you
have to park a little further from Walmart than you
want to be,


or

you’re
served slightly warm food at the restaurant,


or
you’re
sitting and cursing the traffic in front of
you,


or

the
shower runs out of hot water,
Think
of them…

Protecting
your freedom!

he proud
warriors of Baker Company wanted to do something to pay tribute To our fallen
comrades.
So since we are part of the only Marine Infantry Battalion left in
Iraq the one way
that we could think of doing that is By taking a picture of Baker Company saying
the way we feel.
It would be awesome if you could find a way to share this with
our fellow countrymen.
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Half of IT Workers Have Fallen Asleep On the Job

I’d be very willing to bet that the 64% of government workers who slept didn’t do it because they were pushed to work 16,18,20 hour days to meet deadlines like the IT people.

clipped from www.itnews.com.au

About half of IT workers admit sleeping on the job, kissing co-workers

More than half of IT workers say they’ve fallen asleep at work, according to a new online survey.
And, nearly half of techies also are apparently in the mood for love. Forty-seven percent of tech pros admit they’ve kissed a co-worker, according to the online survey of 5,700 U.S. workers, including 163 techies
Forty-nine percent of male techies say they’ve fallen asleep at work, while only 35 percent of women admitted doing so.
Across all professions surveyed, 45 percent admitted to having fallen asleep on the job. And nearly two-thirds of government workers — 64 percent — admitted to falling asleep on the job. Maybe because they spend so much time on their feet, workers in retail were least likely to fall asleep on the job.

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