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This is a "hug chair". I don't want to know what a fu...
This is a "circus rug". I don't want to know what a fu...
I lied, I lied. Clearly this MOOOI balloon is... deep inside of me.
The goal is to make these options as frictionless as possible, the fewest steps possible, with no errors.And... three-ish hours later, the job was finished! What can I say, I excel at making things frictionless >:). Job 41 was painless, if soul-numbingly logical and methodical (i.e. not suited to my CWAZY personality type at AWL!) . Good thing there are...
The "Peep Show" fishes. And... I'm done.
My beta testing experience was slightly better than data entry, but involved me unlearning my automatic clicking without thinking habits: I had to define, analyze and record my every move. I respect the developers who do Q.A. (quality assurance) and beta testing on a full time basis: it's very... mechanical.
I should be meeting with Harry tomorrow to interview him on camera about about the MUCH MUCH MUCH MORE EXCITING WORLD OF MOCOLOCO and its involvement in the international avant-garde design community, who would clearly laugh at the shack in which I live.
IN OTHER JOBS:
Divine.ca finally got back to me yesterday about Job 12, and I'm confirmed to work for them on May 14th to mail out samples of Revitalift to about 90 of their members. I'll also be writing an article for them about my experience and slathering myself in enough anti-aging cream to make Madonna jealous.
Image via Johnnyikon.com. Likely faked in Photoshop, unlike her love of Jesus.
Also, I finally got my hot little paws on the footage from Job 40, the in-office April Fools prank. I'm going to watch it pronto and cut the video within the next few days. I'm sooo excited to watch myself chew out the CEO!
Mucholoco (and PLEASE keep your restaurant job suggestions coming in the comments of the post below, please!)