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At least we're done painting the house... have yet to talk with manager person and figure out how much I'll be getting paid... 3 day x 10 hours x ( minimum wage+?) ? Mom tells me he had originally said 9-10 dollars per hour, which would be like... 300 dollars. Pretty good... However, he mentioned that he'll be paying me out of his pocket... as adding me officially to the payroll would reduce the amount of pay the other two guys get, which would suck, 'cause they're both nice people.

But the main point of this post is to whine about the 20+ something large mosquito bites that itch like crazy on both my legs and four spots on my arms. They're all swollen to the size of a quarter o.O which looks really bad, and also feels rather bad too. I usually don't scratch, but.. Ugh. X.X Why, God, Why did you make these fuckingsucking insects?
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superboner From: superboner Date: August 11th, 2004 07:14 am (UTC) (Link)
i feel your pain, dude. i feel your pain.
i'm a mosquito magnet during the summer.

ice really helps. ice 'em down, and they'll stop itching for a while...until you touch 'em again, that is.
fbartho From: fbartho Date: August 11th, 2004 08:00 am (UTC) (Link)
I feel the mosquito pain too... On the "bright" side for me, but not really, its been so cold this summer, we haven't really had mosquitos... and they are easily avoidable, something that wasn't the case in past years...

Now as for your job, can we say sketch? In any case, were you hired by by the company? or the manager? if the manager, then it makes sense that he pays out of pocket, because it was his expense to get it done faster, if it was by the group, then you should take the largest sum, (official payroll for each of you) >=< (official payroll for the others, with you on the sly) and divide it equally, among each of you...
ibneko From: ibneko Date: August 12th, 2004 06:43 pm (UTC) (Link)
CollegeWorks is the company. And um... I dunno~ o.O
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