Odd name. What is it about?I was thinking Prisoner Zero. It's straight up weird sauce...but it's been very entertaining thus far. It's on Netflix, but I have not finished the series, so I won't recommend it.
Working! I will be at Walmart from 4 p.m. to midnight, apparently trying to contain a riot. Don't want too many customers grabbing blenders....Thanksgiving day plans?
I don't even kind of know. Ostensibly, it's about a mysterious Prisoner Zero. A non-entity imprisoned by the evil Imperium (a mind and body altering technology as well as a governmental entity) for reasons unknown, with the idea that he and his friends are desperately trying to find a way to stop it using an ancient, mysterious ship filches from the Imperium (who themselves found it floating around space and commandeered it).Odd name. What is it about?
Wow. You have the Black Friday shift I worked when I had a job there. I was kind of afraid you'd say that though. I empathize. That is the reason I boycott stores on Thanksgiving; I think it's wrong to pull people away from their families for $10 crockpots. I'm sorry amigo.Working! I will be at Walmart from 4 p.m. to midnight, apparently trying to contain a riot. Don't want too many customers grabbing blenders....
My wife and I tried to watch Farscape once. We really couldn't get into it. I don't think we even finished the first season.... it's much like Star Trek morphed with Doctor Who morphed with...Farscape, I guess.
Nope - from what I've been told, they're doing things a little different this year. The different departments will be given team colors, with matching vests. I get to wear a neon pink vest for the event! Whee!Did they give you the neon yellow cheese-slice vest?
Nor I. XD it's just the first show I could think of with a semi-living mysterious ship.My wife and I tried to watch Farscape once. We really couldn't get into it. I don't think we even finished the first season.
And if it's anime, that could be one reason why it doesn't make sense! Some of those shows are odd, especially with their plots.
Neon pink is one of my favorite colors though. XD Still. I'm sorry. I don't know if it'll make you feel better, but the worst part of the experience was leaving my family on Thanksgiving; they had me stationed in the toy section with bike tickets, and the Black Friday experience itself wasn't actually bad. I spent like four hours standing behind a table, then the rest of my shift restoring the store and sorting DVD's.Nope - from what I've been told, they're doing things a little different this year. The different departments will be given team colors, with matching vests. I get to wear a neon pink vest for the event! Whee!
It wasn't too bad. There was a big rush right at the start, and there were a handful of items that sold almost instantly. But within an hour, the crowd had died down significantly, and by 9:00, some of the associates had already started to break down the displays and move them to more logical locations (like pushing the DVD displays out of the meat department and back to entertainment).
So how did it go? And how was your Thanksgiving beforehand, which is really the important question?
I haven't given it much thought, honestly. I do like to see the NaNoWriMo boxes, though - it's fun to watch my fellow writers and their progress in the annual event!What’s your favorite forum signature?
Ah, OK! I got you now. You know... I don't know if I've ever run across a (previously) unknown vegetable in the store. Maybe my stores are boring, or I'm just not looking. If I did see something like that, though, I would be unlikely to purchase it until I did more research into it's origins and how to prepare it.Well, I more meant...how likely are you to see a random, unknown vegetable in a store and purchase it?
Absolutely not! Wedgies are never a cool thing, no matter what age you are. A calm, rational discussion should always be the preferred option.It is better to give someone a wedgie than discuss the problem like an adult?
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