For the unemployed amongst you

If there is ever a benefit for a blogger to no longer having a job, it's that it gives him/her more time to blog, and thsoe two bloggers did just that. For all of you who are unemployed, on your way to being unemployed, or are just suffering from serious job insecuirty, I give you the Unemploymentality blog. It should help get you through the day, provide you of an unemployment survival guide of sorts, and will remind you that there are benefits to being a jobless bum. Should provide you with entertainment and even hope, if you are HATING your (new) job enviroment (as much as I am at the moment. Hate those fuckers. HATE! And, IT department pricks, if you are reading this, fuck you, you website-blocking, adminstrator-authority-on-computer-taking, God-complex-having-assholes. Why the fuck should I have to change my log-on password once every month? How can I keep all those passwords stored? I have no functioning memory cells left you dicks. I HATE YOU!).

Comments

  1. Heh, we had that same policy untill a year ago, when they changed the monthly forced password-change to a quarterly schedule instead… 8)

  2. 7′alas b2a you are spendin much of your time at work and there you are not free to do what you want anymore.. lazem keda f ay new work dude.

  3. YOU ROCK SANDMONKEY!!!!!
    Damn those idiotic idiots..

    A sincere Merry Christmas*~

  4. The burning question is: How do these idiots in these positions even get their jobs? Does the job application say something like “those with intelligence of 100 and over need not apply”?

  5. I have yet to figure that out. It must also say on the job requirements that a lazy, fat ass, slow, do nothing, jello head with zero knowledge of ethics is preferred.
    My only conclusion is that the world is completely backwards. And, I am being totally serious.

  6. i am enjoying unemploymentality, and that blog had a few amusing posts, and fux the IT dept in any corp, but you know its just pay back for all the grief they put it up with in high school

  7. Thanks for the tip. I read Unemploymentality all the time. If you like that site, you’ll probably like Jobless and Less.

    http://www.joblessandless.com

    It’s a blog about my experience with layoffs, unemployment and the job search, with some articles and news thrown in. Having been laid off 4 times in 8 years, it’s stuff I know all too well. Here are a couple of my favorite posts…

    http://www.joblessandless.com/2009/01/not-the-clothes-off-my-back/

    http://www.joblessandless.com/2009/01/lets-go-spend-some-money/