bigken117 wrote:Man - Old Navy clothes suck! No offense guys, but you get what you pay for. I used to like their stuff a lot, but now it all falls apart after only a couple months
I build/fix/troubleshoot medical equipment (a machine that pumps the heart during surgery if your heart is too tired to work on it's own). Sometimes I love it, sometimes I hate it. But it pays the mortgage, and at least I'm using my education.
And I also dispense fantasy advice but I don't get paid for that
I like old navy shirts and boxers, they're cheap, comfortable, and they last a long time.
I actually bought a shirt at Old navy, took it home, and immediately shrunk it in the wash. I took it back to the store, and the girl gave me a new one for free- I didn't even have a receipt!
Old Navy clothes are cheap, and with the discount I get them VERY cheap. The pay is decent and everything else is great too. The clothes do suck when you wash them a lot though. There are some really fancy shirts with a lot of stuff on the front that will fall off after 1 or 2 washes.
Sean Tracey has my apologies, we all know Ozzie Guillen is an idiot. I'm rooting for you!
My job kind of blows. I provide deskside support for executives of a company that manufactures hydraulic, industrial lifts (you've seen them, they're big and orange). I don't work for them though, I'm technically an IT consultant, so I'm detached from the company I work for and secluded from the client company.
I'm going to request a transfer as soon as my consulting company lands another big client.
I like my job. It's my first real FT job since graduating from college. It pays decent, not too stressful or difficult, I don't have to worry about anything once I get home, and it sure beats school. Still live at home so I don't have many bills to pay which is sweet.