WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
7%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
3%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
22%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
33%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
34%
  



JLAP 11:15 Thu Mar 12
Working From Home
Started today until further notice.. half the country will be in their PJ’s all day won’t they?

What to do? Cheltenham? Five Knuckle Shuffle? Pub?

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Roeder-nowhere 4:11 Sat Mar 14
Re: Working From Home
ahaasahaaaa peak in May?? Just wait, I know people in Italy and Spain confined to their homes. Get it sorted early Boris you twat!!

Lertie Button 3:59 Sat Mar 14
Re: Working From Home
A great excuse to rationalise staff but why would people be off now, the thing isn't meant to peak until the end of May

El Scorchio 3:55 Sat Mar 14
Re: Working From Home
The company I work for has shut all our offices globally for two weeks. Luckily(?) we can all work from home.

dougles badder 3:41 Sat Mar 14
Re: Working From Home
Infantry me filter whisky for a living so will be in at work I believe you just have to play the hand God dealt you.Pissed off listing about this Jackie Chan slant virus oh and I have underlying health issues fuck it.

Sir Alf 1:05 Sat Mar 14
Re: Working From Home
I keep thinking this should identify the armies of middle managers or glorified administrators who do not actually produce anything of value but get overpaid for sending emails, spreadsheets they call plans and countless status updates about process / governance adherence.

End of the industrial age, hierarchical , management model in the workplace hopefully. It was never going to be changed by the current management in those structures as arguably they have the most to lose.

Longer the WFH goes on the more interesting it gets. IMO :-)

JLAP 8:41 Fri Mar 13
Re: Working From Home
NSFWFH

Pop Robson 1:07 Fri Mar 13
Re: Working From Home
With big kids that go to work in the house, they might be WFH as well soon

That'll frig up my days, might go in to the office as no cunt will be there

angryprumphs 1:02 Fri Mar 13
Re: Working From Home
I work from home all the time, have to go into London once or twice a week. I love it, never had an issue with getting the work done. Just gives me a lot of flexibility as to when I do it.

Iron Duke 11:49 Fri Mar 13
Re: Working From Home
Fucking hell MPI, it must look like raw liver.

JLAP 11:40 Fri Mar 13
Re: Working From Home
Grumpster, sounds stressful mate. Hope you get through your Friday ..

JLAP 11:37 Fri Mar 13
Re: Working From Home
Six MPI ? I had trouble with three yesterday plus fitting in around Cheltenham. The 3:10 was fun as I had to multi task swt

Moncurs Putting Iron 11:32 Fri Mar 13
Re: Working From Home
I have worked from home for many years and I can tell you here and now a sixth wank is impossible.

On the fifth Steam came out and I had to bandage it.

Grumpster 11:09 Fri Mar 13
Re: Working From Home
Not always easy this working from home lark.

Nightmare today, had to take the dog down to the beach, then have a half hour soak in the tub and so I've only managed 3 episodes of the detectorists and 20 overs of the cricket so far, with 1 email reply to a doris in the Hong Kong office thrown in.

Stressful, especially as I haven't yet looked at today's Cheltenham card yet.

Iron Duke 11:07 Fri Mar 13
Re: Working From Home
It would be a bit tricky if you took 2 weeks off pretending to have the virus, then came back to work and caught the virus. How would you explain that?

Westside 10:55 Fri Mar 13
Re: Working From Home
How many are going to abuse that and take a two week paid break?
Depends on how much sick pay you actually get from your firm. SSP is only £94 a week.

Ronald_antly 11:52 Thu Mar 12
Re: Working From Home
Razzle wrote...

"People are cunts. What makes that factually correct is the mass hysteria cleaning the shelves of Bog roll, pasta and UHT milk"


Amen to THAT, Sir!

Percy Dalton 11:35 Thu Mar 12
Re: Working From Home
Glad I'm retired.
I'd find it a bit difficult to carry out my duties as a steel erector working from home.
You office Waller's think it all revolves around you.

Iron Duke 11:26 Thu Mar 12
Re: Working From Home
*taps nose at defjam

Iron Duke 10:57 Thu Mar 12
Re: Working From Home
Munkyfunk - go to work if you have to but just try and avoid public transport if you can.

Exiled In Surrey 10:35 Thu Mar 12
Re: Working From Home
Queens Fish Bar 10:29 Thu Mar 12

Don't be such a drama Queen.

Just buy one of those really strong magnets from Amazon for about £6 - it will wipe your machine

Queens Fish Bar 10:29 Thu Mar 12
Re: Working From Home
JLAP 9:46 Thu Mar 12

Reverse your car over it after having backed up your useful stuff and wiped your knob across the screen.

Tell work it was an accident. They will log it as an 'accident!'. Just don't do it too frequently.

Laptop falling off the car roof is another data protection approach.

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