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Aug. 6th, 2006 @ 02:24 pm To my asshat neighbours
Believe me, I am fully aware that we are having a very hot, very dry summer. I am totally hip to the whole idea of getting certain things done early in the morning before it gets too hot. Things such as washing the car, scrubbing the bathtub, watering the lawn, having sex...

HOWEVER (and I really can't stress this enough...) running a fucking chainsaw????  At 8:30 in the morning on a fucking SUNDAY????  This might just qualifiy you for the Asshat of The Year award. Feel free to pick up your prize next Sunday morning at quarter to five in your own backyard. I'll be the one standing there in the kilt, practicing my very first bagpipe lesson.

No love at all,

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bucky orly
Oct. 31st, 2005 @ 02:25 am To the asshat doing the deposits.
Step away from the stapler, put down the pink glitter pen and pay attention!
First of all, learn to count. Basic math skills are pretty much a necessity for doing a deposit, so learn them or ask a friend who has 'em to help you. Now, for that deposit slip. It's a legal, official business document, not your diary or a love note. Leave the scented, sparkly pastel pens at home and use only blue or black open, please. No pencil either, genius. Said slip has spots for cheques, Visa, US cash, Canadian Cash and Canadian Coin. Coins are those shiny metal disc things. The total of those shiny metal disc things goes in the spot marked "coins." Do not write in seperate spaces for twoonies & loonies, they are still coins. Do not scotch tape them together nor separate them into individual ziploc baggies. Under the coin total space is a space for the cash total. Add your bills to your coins and write this total in that sopt. Do not add cheques or gift certificates, these are not cash and do not belong in the cash total.
Fill out your totals, but if you deposit US cash and don't have a set exchange rate, leave the grand total blank so we can put in the correct amount. Where it says "rate"? That's for your exchange rate for foreign currency, do not write your deposit total in there.
Initial ONLY where it says "depositor initials"; leave the "teller initials" spot blank for the bank teller to fill in, plzkthx. By the way, your initials are the letters at the start of your first and last names, they are not your entire name all written out in loopy hand with a star as the dot on the "i".

If you screw up the deposit slip, rip it up and start a new one. They aren't THAT expensive.

Put the hard copy and the carbon copy marked "for bank use only" or "bank Copy" in the deposit bag with the cash and cheques and seal it. I don't want your till receipts or your debit transaction listing.

Next lesson -- how to seal deposit bags.
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Spike sexy smart
Sep. 13th, 2005 @ 03:02 pm Cash peeve #2
Okay, is it just me or have people become illiterate? I work in a bank and we get the ATM envelopes to process. Right on the envelope, in both official languages AND in a pictogram, it says "Do not deposit coin." What do we inevitably get? Coin.
Come on people. The machine has only a certain width of opening. It is designed for bills only, not coin, not plastic, not wads of bills that you have run a steamroller over in order to fit the envelope through the slot.
That opening leads to a chamber with a printer which prints the details of your deposit on the envelope.
Try running a coin through your home printer and see how well that goes.
Just so I can make it totally clear, coins include all those nice stamped metal discs with the image of the queen on them and monetary value. A Twoonie is a coin, a Loonie is a coin, so are quarters, dimes, nickels, pennies and half dollars. As such, none of those ought to go in your bank deposit envelope for the ATM.
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Spike sexy smart
Sep. 13th, 2005 @ 12:35 pm What happens when two idiots procreate... you get this person...
This was HANDS DOWN, the BEST COMMENT FROM AN IDIOT EVAR!!! (referencing this post)

Asses don't wear hats, silly...
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Sep. 13th, 2005 @ 12:28 pm (no subject)
Chi member stalks Mod into her LJ... and then accuses US of being drama seekers!!!
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Sep. 13th, 2005 @ 12:23 am My peeve of the day...
People who come to another country for a vacation and don't bother to exchange their money for the money of that country piss me off. What, do you think your currency is used everywhere?
I can see maybe having coin in your pocket and not remembering, but to carry hundreds of dollars in your currency, you had to be aware we're not all one country.

Lousy Asshats.
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Spike sexy smart