I used to have dreams that i want to fulfil. But in the past three years i lost interest in that. I just live my life normally without putting anything in mind to pursue. Is that worng? living your life without having any plans or dreams to reach and achive one day? Do i have to change the way i think or i live to become a dreamer?
Okay, this is a seriously stupid question. Especially since I have all this tech background, and I support these goddam phones. But remember all I do is make them work -- I don't have to teach people how to use them. That's my excuse and I'm stickin' to it.
The situation: I've enrolled in an RA research study that sends me texts on an every-few-days basis, wanting to know 1. how long I was stiff when I got up, 2. how bad (on a scale of 1-10) my pain was today, and 3. how fatigued (on a scale of 1-10) I was today. Each of these questions comes in a separate text.
My problem: All three texts arrive at once. How do I respond to each individual text separately? When I just enter 1:30 down there on the respond line, then send it (intending to respond to text 1), it tells me "Sorry, your reply wasn't what we expected". It's only letting me respond to the last received text from them.
I can't believe I'm completely stonewalled by a fucking texting app. Any ideas? I can't put all the answers in one text, it gives me the "reply not expected" response again.
So I get paid bi-weekly. I'm also a ditz when it comes to remembering if I work that day or not so I am religious in writing that shit down. On a planner, on the calendar and lastly, in the computer. I worked a 25 hour and a 20 hour shift. 8/31-9/4 for four hours and 9/7-9/11 for five hours each day. I checked just know and found that my 25 hour shift...was cut down to 20. I worked 5 hours and didn't get paid for it. WHAT THE FUCK.
So Questionnaires, what would be your response to management when you 'politely' point out that you want your fucking money?
Also, what laws can I look up or who can I report to about this if they don't want to pony up?