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Calling In Sick Sayings By Stan Goff: Democrat flaks jump on this like ducks on a June-bug, and in the process themselves Democrat flaks jump on this like ducks on a June-bug, and in the process themselves reproduce the sick militarism of this culture that automatically valorizes anyone who wears a uniform. How dare you insult a soldier! Like its some sacred calling instead of an imperial employment program steeped in the culture of machismo and misogyny.(And you can gasp as theatrically as you want I spent more than two decades wearing a uniform that is exactly what it is.) — Stan Goff
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Calling In Sick Sayings By Abraham Maslow: I used up all my sick days, so I'm calling in dead. I used up all my sick days, so I'm calling in dead. — Abraham Maslow
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Calling In Sick Sayings By Christopher Hitchens: Much of the attraction of the cult has to do with the grace of an Much of the attraction of the cult has to do with the grace of an early and romantic death. George Orwell once observed that if Napoleon Bonaparte had been cut down by a musket ball as he entered Moscow, he would have been remembered as the greatest general since Alexander. And not only did Guevara die before his ideals did, he died in such a manner as to inspire something akin to superstition. He rode among the poor of the altiplano on a donkey. He repeatedly foresaw and predicted the circumstances of his own death. He was spurned and betrayed by those he claimed to set free. He was by calling a healer of the sick. The photographs of his corpse, bearded and half-naked and lacerated, make an irresistible comparison with paintings of the deposition from Calvary. There is a mystery about his last resting place. Alleged relics are in circulation. There have even been sightings ... . — Christopher Hitchens
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Calling In Sick Sayings By Brad Stone: Amazon tried to combat employee delinquency by using a point system to track how workers Amazon tried to combat employee delinquency by using a point system to track how workers performed their jobs. Arriving late cost an employee half a point; failing to show up altogether was three points. Even calling in sick cost a point. An employee who collected six such demerits was let go. — Brad Stone
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Calling In Sick Sayings By Courtney Summers: Behind the building was a field and when the potpourri scent of her cleaner made Behind the building was a field and when the potpourri scent of her cleaner made me sneeze, I went outside. There were calves there, these sweet things that watched me with less interest than I watched them. There was this raggedy one, sitting in the middle of the field, its mother nearby. I didn't realize it was sick until it tried to get up and it couldn't. It kept trying and it couldn't and then, eventually - it didn't. After a while, a truck drove in. A man and a boy got out, looked it over while its mother stood close. It was dead, the calf. Dead and too heavy to load into the truck bed, so they tied a rope around its neck, tied the other end to the truck and dragged it off the field like that. Its mother watched until it disappeared and when it was out of view, she called for it. Just kept calling for it so long after it was gone. Sometimes I feel something like that, between my mom and me. That I'm the daughter she keeps calling for so long after she's been gone. — Courtney Summers
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Calling In Sick Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: You study Yoga in India, Liss?" he asks. "Yes, Ketut." "You can do Yoga," he You study Yoga in India, Liss?" he asks. "Yes, Ketut." "You can do Yoga," he says, "but Yoga too hard." Here, he contorts himself in a cramped lotus position and squinches up his face in a comical and constipated-looking effort. Then he breaks free and laughs, asking, "Why they always look so serious in Yoga? You make serious face like this, you scare away good energy. To meditate, only you must smile. Smile with face, smile with mind, and good energy will come to you and clean away dirty energy. Even smile in your liver. Practice tonight at hotel. Not to hurry, not to try too hard. Too serious, you make you sick. You can calling the good energy with a smile. All finish for today. See you later, alligator. Come back tomorrow. I am very happy to see you, Liss. Let your conscience be your guide. If you have Western friends come to visit Bali, bring them to me for palm-reading. I am very empty in my bank since the bomb. — Elizabeth Gilbert
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Calling In Sick Sayings By Beth Moore: God is calling you a mighty warrior. This study is about God's teaching us to God is calling you a mighty warrior. This study is about God's teaching us to live like the mighty warriors we can be in Him. Are you sick of deceit and ready to learn how to live like a mighty warrior? — Beth Moore
Calling In Sick Sayings By Tom Robbins: You've heard of people calling in sick. You may have called in sick a few You've heard of people calling in sick. You may have called in sick a few times yourself. But have you ever thought about calling in well?
It'd go like this: You'd get the boss on the line and say, "Listen, I've been sick ever since I started working here, but today I'm well and I won't be in anymore." Call in well. — Tom Robbins
Calling In Sick Sayings By Thomas L. Friedman: Our employee engagement surveys showed a 30 percent improvement in lost sick days in one Our employee engagement surveys showed a 30 percent improvement in lost sick days in one year. People are calling in sick less because they are feeling more empowered, more of a sense of ownership, and more connected." Jump-Starting — Thomas L. Friedman
Calling In Sick Sayings By Benjamin R. Smith: You've missed the bus. Are you calling in sick again? It's the second time in You've missed the bus. Are you calling in sick again? It's the second time in two years. The boss will frown upon it. — Benjamin R. Smith
Calling In Sick Sayings By Michelle Frost: She knows how to feed her soul with a few quick breaths of outdoor air She knows how to feed her soul with a few quick breaths of outdoor air from the stairwell. She can bide her time till freedom comes. Little fox lady with her bright and determined eyes ... taking her dose of freedom three times a day. Nothing else matters, she never stops to talk. She has better places to be than standing talking to other sick people. She has a fragment of home calling. — Michelle Frost
Calling In Sick Sayings By Philipp Meyer: After I finished college, I got a job on Wall Street as a derivatives trader, After I finished college, I got a job on Wall Street as a derivatives trader, but after a couple years of it, I was calling in sick in order to work on my novel. — Philipp Meyer
Calling In Sick Sayings By Florence Nightingale: If a nurse declines to do these kinds of things for her patient, "because it If a nurse declines to do these kinds of things for her patient, "because it is not her business," I should say that nursing was not her calling. I have seen surgical "sisters," women whose hands were worth to them two or three guineas a-week, down upon their knees scouring a room or hut, because they thought it otherwise not fit for their patients to go into. I am far from wishing nurses to scour. It is a waste of power. But I do say that these women had the true nurse-calling - the good of their sick first, and second only the consideration what it was their "place" to do - and that women who wait for the housemaid to do this, or for the charwoman to do that, when their patients are suffering, have not the making of a nurse in them. — Florence Nightingale
Calling In Sick Sayings By Kresley Cole: Holly's forgiven you?" "Almost mostly. But she still gives me slack about it when she's Holly's forgiven you?"
"Almost mostly. But she still gives me slack about it when she's sick. I take it as a husbandly badge," he said, puffing out his chest.
"Sick? You told me she was fully immortal."
"Yeah, but she still throws up some, because, well, the thing of it is ... Ah, fuck, Rydstrom, I knocked her up."
"You're going to be a father?" Gods help the world. I'm going to be an uncle?
"I got Holly, like, on the first shot. Nix is calling me Bull's-eye and the Womb Raider. — Kresley Cole
Calling In Sick Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: Why they always look so serious in Yoga? You make serious face like this, you Why they always look so serious in Yoga? You make serious face like this, you scare away good energy. To meditate, only you must smile. Smile with face, smile with mind, and good energy will come to you and clean away dirty energy. Even smile in your liver. Practice tonight at hotel. Not to hurry, not to try too hard. Too serious, you make you sick. You can calling the good energy with a smile.
(From Ketut Liyer, the Balinese healer) — Elizabeth Gilbert
Calling In Sick Sayings By Samuel Hahnemann: The physician's highest calling, his only calling, is to make sick people healthy - to The physician's highest calling, his only calling, is to make sick people healthy - to heal, as it is termed. — Samuel Hahnemann
Calling In Sick Sayings By John Steinbeck: Look at them. There are your true philosophers. I think that Mack and the boys Look at them. There are your true philosophers. I think that Mack and the boys know everything that has ever happened in the world and possibly everything that will happen. I think they survive in this particular world better than other people. In a time when people tear themselves to pieces with ambition and nervousness and covetousness, they are relaxed. All of our so-called successful men are sick men, with bad stomachs, and bad souls, but Mack and the boys are healthy and curiously clean. They can do what they want. They can satisfy their appetites without calling them something else. — John Steinbeck
Calling In Sick Sayings By Lindy Zart: We're not done talking about this.""Yes, we are, because in case you didn't notice, you We're not done talking about this."
"Yes, we are, because in case you didn't notice, you just walked out, hence the ending of the conversation!"
He comes back to say, "It will be resumed at a later date."
"I'm calling in sick that day. — Lindy Zart
Calling In Sick Sayings By J.R. Ward: Butch, I got sick and needed some time to regroup. But I wanted to see Butch, I got sick and needed some time to regroup. But I wanted to see you. That's why I asked you to come calling when I ran into you back in December. When you said no, I thought ... well, you'd lost interest."
She'd wanted to see him? Had she said that?
"Butch, I wanted to see you."
Yeah, she had. Twice.
Well, now ... didn't that perk a guy up. — J.R. Ward
Calling In Sick Sayings By Obery M. Hendricks Jr.: The uncompromising example of Jesus Christ places upon every Christian minister the responsibility to withstand The uncompromising example of Jesus Christ places upon every Christian minister the responsibility to withstand the temptation to align oneself with the secular ruling powers. It is true that it is part of every minister's calling to be a pastor to his or her parishioners, to be a spiritual leader and teacher and a comforter of the sick at heart and those afflicted in mind, soul, spirit, or body. Ministers of the Gospel must comfort the afflicted, but they also have the prophet's duty to afflict the comfortable. — Obery M. Hendricks Jr.
Calling In Sick Sayings By Coco Chanel: I'm so sick of immaturity, of name-calling, of labels, of gossip, of high school. It I'm so sick of immaturity, of name-calling, of labels, of gossip, of high school. It doesn't make sense anymore, and I find myself being nice to people that I want to strangle. — Coco Chanel
Calling In Sick Sayings By David Baldacci: Damn it, why couldn't I have a photographic memory!""Thank God you don't," Caleb exclaimed in Damn it, why couldn't I have a photographic memory!"
"Thank God you don't," Caleb exclaimed in a disgusted tone.
"What makes you say that?" Reuben demanded hotly.
"Because then she'd be calling you Ruby, and I'd have to be sick to my stomach. — David Baldacci
Calling In Sick Sayings By Dani Shapiro: If we are artists- hell, whether or not we're artists- it is our job, our If we are artists- hell, whether or not we're artists- it is our job, our responsibility, perhaps even our sacred calling, to take whatever life has handed us and make something new, something that wouldn't have existed if not for the fire, the genetic mutation, the sick baby, the accident. — Dani Shapiro
Calling In Sick Sayings By Natasha Larry: I'm really sick of people calling us insane.-Brianna Miller I'm really sick of people calling us insane.-Brianna Miller — Natasha Larry
Calling In Sick Sayings By Tadahiko Nagao: A bad hair day is not a valid excuse for calling in sick. A bad hair day is not a valid excuse for calling in sick. — Tadahiko Nagao
Calling In Sick Sayings By Patti Smith: Ms. It sounds like a sick bumblebee, it sounds frigid. I mean, who the hell Ms. It sounds like a sick bumblebee, it sounds frigid. I mean, who the hell would ever want to stick his hand up the dress of somebody who goes around calling herself something like Ms.? It's all so stupid. — Patti Smith