Wow, is he actually learning some humility?Jay said:I am not too saddened by this because I felt it was too soon to earn my spot on Wikipedia.
Guess not.The Jaundiced Jester said:I'd need another 20 or so years for a more robust career, plus I want my iconic golden battle armor as the article's main picture
He's going to be pretty pissed when he actually starts working and finds out not only is he doing literally the same exact work, but that since he doesn't have to drive around they're going to expect him to do well more then a minimum of 8 computers per day.No wonder he loves his job, he just stands around watching people all day right now! Sure bet he's gonna be fucking complaining all over the place when the grace period is over and he actually has to, y'know, work, since I'm not too clear on how this is any different than his last job other than him working in his equivalent of Valhalla.
He's said (in some journal, somewhere) that anything below being a knight or a computer repair-guy is too far below him to even consider, as he doesn't want to be a lowly peon - despite the fact that he doesn't really have any skills, nor does he really think he needs to learn any.I don't know why he's so dead set on doing computer repair work. He proved last time that it's all too much work for him. If I know anything about Geek Squad, he won't be treated any more lightly than he did at his previous job. I still give him a couple weeks before he gets fed up. Again.
As I posted before, they hire the lowest of the low, or young kids as the first job kinda deal. If you have experience and if you show promise they wont bother as they know after a week or two you will start looking for another job an jump ASAP it's not worth the money they spend "Training" you and the replacement.Man, a few years ago, I couldn't even get a job at best buy and I had actual experience with building PCs, repair, and programming, yet they hire this autistic joker? There really is no god.
You an me both. There was a period there where I was out of work and would have liked to work for Geek Squad. So I applied thinking that my knowledge and experience would actually count for something. I even went as far on my resume to make sure I had put down my A+ certification when I normally take it off because it's silly.Man, a few years ago, I couldn't even get a job at best buy and I had actual experience with building PCs, repair, and programming, yet they hire this autistic joker? There really is no god.