Where bad choices make good stories
#3 Those skates are expensive, heavy and very easy to use.
Furniture dolleys are cheap, lightweight, and also easy to use. Rolling things around on lengths of 3" iron pipe? Cheap, heavy, and 'there's a trick to it'. I shut down a construction site for the better part of an hour. 40 guys stood around to watch me move a 6 ton laundry machine solo. No room for a forklift, or pallet jacks. I won a couple hundred dollars from cats who bet I couldn't do it.
I thought it was California and they were shop lifting ... Go large or go home, eh?Phil B
#10 Useful skills her mama would NOT approve of.
She may have learned them from her momma, it's an ancient family secret.
#3 In my previous life, before retirement, used to have to move "gondolas" like that, except we had to move them over carpet using metal ball bearing skates under each foot.Lose a whole lot of product on the floor during the process, especially when you have to spin one 90 degrees and slide it several feet from it's previous location.
WTF is up with that tongue? Nasty.
Nasty? I wouldn’t mind testing her skills.MadMarlin
Now THAT would be an interesting proctologist.
That's what you call a well hung lesbian...
What's happening in #1?
Looks like the pet was laying in the bed next to the elevator with its leash caught in the door. When the elevator went up, so did Fluffy until the guy broke it loose.
Saw this one a few weeks ago, with a bit more context at the beginning. The dog is off screen to the left (not in the dog-bed thingie), following a woman with her face buried in a cell phone. She gets on the elevator oblivious, and the door closes on the leash, just as the guy come through the other door. The rest you can see.Hey, free dog.
St Peter: "So what happened to bring you to the pearly gates?" Dude: "A French kiss."
#4 Too busy. I liked it White…
#4 Pier1 Imports?
#8, during a practice in high school baseball, in my senior year, my twin brother was the #1 catcher, and I was the #2, so we were playing intersquad, with me catching one team, him the other. A guy stole from second to third, and I cut loose, and hit our batter right in the helmet. It didn't hurt him, but it scared him half to death.I didn't play catcher much, just once all year in a game, I was an outfielder, only when my twin pitched did I catch. So only in practice did I catch. But I did have fun, anyway. As for the girl with the tongue, I bet she was popular in high school.
Why? Why so many GIF dumps? Too much of a good thing...
I had too many but couldn't bear to delete some of them so I unloaded on y'all.
And we thank you.
#3. Shoplifters in San Franfreakshow are getting bold.Deathro Bodine
There are those among us who would complain about being hung with a new rope.
#3 I used similar equipment to move loaded library shelves, usually to replace carpeting. Always draws a crowd.
#3, the reason they do this is to keep you in the store longer.
Actually you think that, but sales metrics are a strange row to hoe here. We are held during a remodel to a minimum of the keeping the stores sales average at worst but want positive as the goal. When you have part of the store blocked off for dangerous stuff it makes it hard to do, and our evals and bonuses are tied into this, as well as this is done overnight to not disrupt shoppers and right now easier since we close at night with the ongoing WuFlu BS anyway.So, its not to keep you there longer, its redoing what is there to make you want to buy more after its moved, sections and products expanded or contracted to entice selections and purchases of the local and national directions consumers are going.
#3 is my job, well, part of it. When i first did it as a temp employee over 10 years ago, the gondola movers were a lot more of a redneck engineering design and i pushed a lot of them. After i moved up and promoted up to doing it from the corporate side designs had changed and the units in this one are called Scorpions, and are a lot easier to work with, but will turn a toe or foot into a puddle of red goo just the same if your not paying attention.Product is lost sometimes, but its rolled into the cost already and the bean counters expect it.These refreshes or remodels are scoped to take 12 to 14 weeks each, and just finished the 3rd this year in our market area. Next few weeks is just doing the punch list there on stuff that was missed, or we were missing stuff that never came when we needed it and its showing up now.Goal is remodel or refresh every store in the market area at least every 7 years on rotation.After this last punch list is done, i home store for the holidays, use a lot of Vay Cay as being home stored is boring, and prepare for the first of January when we start it all over at another store.
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