Topic: Confronted dad about having easy, mindless, talentless security guard job. His response?
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Very eloquent. He said, "YEW DON'T KNOW SHIT, BOI"
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:LOL:


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Dude was a security guard for 30 years. :lol:  You think the guy's bright?


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:lol: oooooooooh shit

' ' I would not recommend anyone becoming a security guard. It is a mundane dead end job.


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Location: southern california
i love security work was always a big help and btw a little boredom in what has been for the most part a stressful life is good, ok to tread water from time to time on the pathway of life.


L210

Many former security guards have successfully gone into law enforcement, corrections, and the military and that's about it. Security experience is not really valued anywhere else. While there are many security guards who don't do much and work in relatively safe environments, there are just as many who face the dangers of bodily injury and death for less than $10 an hour. People often find this comment offensive, but most security guards have below average intelligence. The smartest ones are usually the young ones doing it temporarily or semi-retired police/military.

It may be kind of pathetic, but being a security guard is pretty awesome sometimes

Discussion in 'The Vestibule' started by Pokerstar87, Sep 3, 2012.

Date Posted: Sep 3, 2012#1

I mean I'm sitting here at work, about to crack open my 3rd beer, posting on the vesti from my laptop and getting ready to watch Men In Black 3 in a bit all while getting time and a half for the holiday. Yeah alot of the time I feel like I should be doing something more in life, but sometimes it's just too damn sweet to pass up


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:lol:


Posted by death2me
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Meh. Nothing wrong with that (other than the minimum wage not being livable).


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Didn't that wildly successful author work a security job where he basically did nothing but write his books while getting paid and shirked the vast majority of his­ responsibilities?


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Mindless talentless dummie said: Neh. Nothing wrong with that (other than the minimum wage not being livable).


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death2me said: Meh. Nothing wrong with that (other than the minimum wage not being livable).

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BxnNc37IcAAx0dM.jpg:large


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One of my favorite artists was a security guard for most of his life to supplement his art teaching pay. He didn't sell many paintings when alive.


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Original_Lonley_Guy_ said: One of my favorite artists was a security guard for most of his life to supplement his art teaching pay. He didn't sell many paintings when alive.

Do you post as a dot regularly, or just that one time in this thread?


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. said: :lol: oooooooooh shit

' ' I would not recommend anyone becoming a security guard. It is a mundane dead end job.


Huckleberry3911948

 
Location: southern california
i love security work was always a big help and btw a little boredom in what has been for the most part a stressful life is good, ok to tread water from time to time on the pathway of life.


L210

Many former security guards have successfully gone into law enforcement, corrections, and the military and that's about it. Security experience is not really valued anywhere else. While there are many security guards who don't do much and work in relatively safe environments, there are just as many who face the dangers of bodily injury and death for less than $10 an hour. People often find this comment offensive, but most security guards have below average intelligence. The smartest ones are usually the young ones doing it temporarily or semi-retired police/military.

It may be kind of pathetic, but being a security guard is pretty awesome sometimes

Discussion in 'The Vestibule' started by Pokerstar87, Sep 3, 2012.

Date Posted: Sep 3, 2012#1

I mean I'm sitting here at work, about to crack open my 3rd beer, posting on the vesti from my laptop and getting ready to watch Men In Black 3 in a bit all while getting time and a half for the holiday. Yeah alot of the time I feel like I should be doing something more in life, but sometimes it's just too damn sweet to pass up

YEW DOH KNOW SHIT BOI
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:LOL:


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William Faulkner wrote As I Lay Dying while working the night shift at a power plant.  Bukowski wrote after work at the post office and finally quit to write.  TS Eliot worked at a bank, Kafka was an insurance lawyer.  Einstein worked in the patent office.  

Being busy is overrated.  Some of the greatest ideas and best people did nothing - but had time and silence to create and to be happy.


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. said:
YEW DOH KNOW SHIT BOI
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:CHICKENHAWK:

:LOL:

­hi jean!


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. said: William Faulkner wrote As I Lay Dying while working the night shift at a power plant.  Bukowski wrote after work at the post office and finally quit to write.  TS Eliot worked at a bank, Kafka was an insurance lawyer.  Einstein worked in the patent office.  

Being busy is overrated.  Some of the greatest ideas and best people did nothing - but had time and silence to create and to be happy.


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