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One Thing...

And it's a good thing, too. I woke up at ~2:30, and from then 'till 4, kept having these really short dreams (maybe five minutes at most), where I'd go downstairs, check the table in the dining room to see if anything had arrived for me, see that there was nothing and be disappointed, then actually wake up, and realize that I was dreaming, and that there was still a good chance they were actually down there :p

And they are. Those arm warmers, to be specific <3 Of course, EB Games still doesn't have No More Heroes in, but they should have it sometime this week. Nothing in terms of those other three things either, but with time~

So... as for our supposed having only two closers yesterday night, we didn't. Karen was there 'till 11:30, and we did not need her after. For the last couple hours or so, we had all of four customers, I think. The only problem is I ended up being on drive through 'till she went home (at which point Steve took it so I could start line), and she was steaming. To be entirely objective and fair about it, she wasn't doing that bad a job, and the things that bothered me were stuff specific to me being on line. Chalk it up to having your own way of doing things, really. For probably the fourth close in a row I've worked with him now though, Steve didn't do his counts. Ties in nicely with something that happened earlier in the night, actually.

A guy came through drive through, and wanted *ten* apple pies. I told him that we only had one, but if he were to come back in about 20 minutes, we'd have more ready for him, so he said he would. Roughly that amount of time later, a car pulled up, and the customer asked if the pies were ready yet, and I told him that they'd just come up, and so on. So he went on his merry way, after spending ~$11 on the things, but it's what happened after he left the first time.

I told Steve what was going on, and the first thing out of his mouth was "What if he doesn't come back?" At first I told him we'd just write them in the waste book, and if Earl or whomever decided not to do anything with that, it was their problem. Then I figured "If he doesn't, I'll just pay for them myself" - I had my debit card with me, after all.

Meanwhile he's carrying on about how we're already out a full box of pies (according to the sheet up on line), and so on, so the first thing I told him was "That's because we take them home at night, and don't write them in the waste book". Hell, even if we just left a note on one of the tills at the front explaining what happened, I'm sure they would've taken care of it in the morning. All I heard him say after that was "It's not only that...". I'm pretty sure I know the reason he didn't finish that sentence either.

Oh, and heh. Just switched over to my GMail tab to check if anything changed. "Paypal" has contacted me to say it has detected unusual activity in my account. Spam, of course, which is why it was detected as such. However, last night at work once again, we were listening to CKSY, and John Tesh was giving his little speech about online security, then played a call he'd received a little while ago (presumably). The caller seemed to feel so proud of herself for having received one of the same types of emails (just the one where it tells you your account was accessed from overseas), and how she actually phoned Paypal ("Direct"), and how they told her to do exactly what the site says. Forward the email, in it's entirety, to them.

As cruel as it may be, if you actually think those emails are real, after reading all the warnings about them on the internet, you deserve to have your account compromised. I realize that's not fair if you're new to computers or the internet, but in that case, look for help on Paypal's site, or ask someone that knows about such things if you're unsure about something.

Anyways though, it's Monday, so I have to do the dishes, but before that, time to open this package :3

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