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May 19, 2011

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day 10 gets 16 total….

by Andrea O'Connell

…and I have to say “duh” a thousand times!

Yup, I goofed!

I was so sure that yesterday’s early dismissal of court, in the State of Florida v. Casey Anthony, would result in a plea deal that I promised to write Duh!  a thousand times in today’s post if I was wrong.

Well, duh, I was wrong!  Court started as planned this morning, and jury selection got off without a hitch!

Now, there are 16 total folks in the potential jury pool and Judge Belvin Perry wants to start swearing them in tomorrow!

I’m happy that the jury selection process is moving right along now and chances are good that we’ll get this show on the road to Orlando by Monday!

My Crappy Day

My day was non-stop busy…. I’m training a group of newly hired employees.  I have the trainees for two and a half weeks, with no time to peek at the news – though I catch bits and pieces on my phone, I’ve been missing a great deal of the news from Clearwater, Florida.

However, speaking of work, I am a mess tonight – so angry!  And I need to vent.

For those of you who work, and who work for a lying co-worker, you’ll know the stress I deal with on a daily basis – the frustration of seeing and having to deal with the unethical behavior of a lying co-worker is so maddening.

Fortunately, I’m now in another department, and won’t have to deal too much with this lying scoundrel for much longer.

But, his lies really impacted me today, and I’m furious.

I despise liars.

This man lies so much about the stupidest things, too!

He has no feelings for anyone but himself.  There’s a woman in the office with a broken foot, and this co-worker parks in the spot reserved for “Employee of the Month,” which is convenient and close to the office door.

He knows when the employee who uses that spot is out, so he uses the spot!  No one else would ever do that!

Do you think he’d suggest that the woman in our office, with the broken foot and crutches, might use that spot?  Noooooo!  She has to walk a huge distance to her car.

She has a broken foot!

I could go on about his horrible behavior and his lies,  but it’s not worth it – he’s not worth it.

Duh!

Here goes my duh promise!   I know, I know, it’s silly…..but, I promised!

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There, I did it!

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21 Comments Post a comment
  1. brandon bob
    May 19 2011

    :-p thanks for the duh’s you promised

    Reply
    • May 19 2011

      LOL! I had to do it! 🙂

      Reply
      • brandon bob
        May 19 2011

        sorry for me posting my duplicate question. I got your reply on yesterdays thread 😉

      • May 19 2011

        No prob! BBob…. You can post duplicate questions anytime you want to!

      • May 19 2011

        Please don’t make me count all of those Andrea !!! 😉

        I so understand your work frustration! I worked for Satan for 2 years!
        (yes, he introduced himself to me as Satan and I soon discovered why!)

        Just know you are well loved AND we have 16!!!

        Justice for Caylee!!

      • May 19 2011

        Hey Kimmie….. Thanks – I have worked for a Satan, too…. a couple of them. Bullies and totally insecure types who need to be patted on the back and need to take my work and pass it on as their own. What these liars forget is the fact that the truth will come out eventually, and no one is fooled for very long by a liar

        By way, we should write “Justice for Caylee” constantly just to be spiteful to the trademarking demons…Okay, that’s mean…!
        Right, Shyloh?!!

  2. brandon bob
    May 19 2011

    no strikes were used by either side today, correct?

    Reply
  3. May 19 2011

    So you made me count all of those ha. I messed up a few times. Had to start over. Today was another boring day. But interesting enough.

    Reply
    • May 19 2011

      I am pretty sure I got to one thousand….but, you’re right, it’s difficult to count them!

      Reply
  4. May 19 2011

    Ahem!

    Is that 673rd Duh misspelled?

    😆

    Reply
    • Kitt
      May 19 2011

      Sherry, I think Andrea thought she could sneak that one by us!

      Reply
    • May 19 2011

      Hahaha! I sure must have, Sherry! Did a diddly-dee sneak in there?!!

      Reply
  5. Kitt
    May 19 2011

    I completely trust you, Andrea, therefor I won’t count your “duhs.”
    Ooooohhhhh, boy, do I feel for you. First, to have a lying co-worker, and second, to have him passing your work off as his. My former boss did the very same to me; lie and steal. It took me awhile to realize that nearly everything he told me was a lie. We got along very well, and I suppose that’s why I put so much trust in him. And then to realize that he was having me send my photo reports to him, and he was adding in his own verbiage, then sending MY reports to overseas counterparts under his email addy and taking credit!!!! Ugh! But it all came out eventually. He was fired. I don’t get all happy over anybody losing their job, but if they’d played it straight, it wouldn’t have happened.

    Good to hear that you’re no longer in the same department with that turd (can I say that?!).

    And, I’m glad to hear that the Awesomely Honorable Judge Perry plans to swear in jurors tomorrow, and get the ball rolling on Monday! I have all next week off. I had wanted to take a week off so I could see some of the trial, uninterrupted. I figured I’d schedule it for the last week in May, just in case there were delays in the beginning. I thought I’d at least catch some interesting witness testimony by then. Hey, look how that’s working out for me now! Couldn’t have “planned” it any better, huh? 😉

    I concur with Kim…..you are well-loved! Oh yeah, and
    JUSTICE FOR CAYLEE!!!!!

    Reply
    • May 19 2011

      Hi Kitt! How nice to have a week off! Good for you. 🙂
      It’s funny, I’d take a week off just to watch the trial, too! I was thinking of going to Orlando, visit my aunt and brother, and try to see some of the trial. If it’s not too crazy, and crowded, that is! I really would like to see it live; it would be fascinating, I’m sure.

      Sorry you’ve had the experience with the lying and the stealing types at work, too. They are the lowest of the low!

      Justice is coming!!!! Boy, it’s been a long ride, hasn’t it?!

      big hugs, Kitt!

      Reply
  6. May 20 2011

    Justice for Caylee!!!

    Reply
  7. Greg
    May 20 2011

    “duhs” of the cut & paste variety take away some of the pain. And other than that, how was your day? LOL

    Reply
    • May 21 2011

      Hi Greg! Is this Greg-O?!
      And, you’re right about that…. it was of the cut and paste variety! I did type out the first twenty…. 🙂

      Reply
  8. CptKD
    May 20 2011

    A woman of her word!

    One can’t help but like that!

    Thank you, Andrea!

    And for good measure, allow me
    to add one in…. “DUH”!!!!
    LOL!!

    Have a great day!

    Reply
    • May 21 2011

      LOL! Thanks for adding your “DUH!!!” to the others… 🙂

      Hope you’re feeling better and better every day!

      Reply
  9. Venice
    May 21 2011

    Hi Andrea!!! I’ve been busy, but I wanted to say hello to you my sweet friend! Caylee’s spirit is so present, and I feel a calm for the first time! I will be back reading your blogs during trial. Sing Caylee, Sing~~~~

    Reply
    • May 21 2011

      Hey my friend! I have been thinking about you, big-time! I agree with you, Caylee’s spirit must be with us… I hope she’s forgiven her mother. Let’s hope these jurors open their hearts to her, too. I tend to think they will.

      Thanks for dropping by and saying hello! I’ve missed ya!

      Reply

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