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$ 24 in FINE!

March 13th, 2011 at 03:34 pm

This has really put me in a bad mood. And I only noticed that I have forgotten to return the 2 dvds to the library today! They were 4 days late. 3 dollars fine for each day? WTH! I could have gone and watched 2 new movies for that price.

On top of that, I am not really looking forward to going to work at all tomorrow. I have too many meetings with people that I do not really want to meet with. The person that works with me makes my life harder than easier. There is this one guy who is always cheerful and wants to make small useless conversations which drive me up the wall. Then he goes right back to someone else and back bites about you.

I have seriously only now started to see how much politics goes on in the work place and how so many people at the top are complete idiots.

I have that feeling in my stomach that you used to get when you were younger at the end of Sunday at the thought of having to go back to school on Monday.

I seriously want to throw tantrums - except there is no body to watch it.

4 Responses to “$ 24 in FINE!”

  1. melissalt Says:

    Wow, that is a huge library fine. I had no idea they could get that big. I think my library tops out at $5 per item.

    I hear you re:the job. I just left a job at the end of October that was exactly like that. By my third year I couldn't even sleep knowing I had to go back in the next day. I was often near tears just thinking about it. I, fortunately, found a new job, but with a large pay cut. At least I can sleep now.

    I hope the job situation gets better for you.

  2. Petunia 100 Says:

    I got tired of library fines too, I like NetFlix much better! $24 would pay for 2 months of NetFlix with a little left over.

  3. CB in the City Says:

    Oh yes, that Sunday night feeling. I still can't stand the sound of the ticking clock on Sixty Minutes because I associate with going back to school/work.

  4. Jerry Says:

    I am shocked that your library charges fines that high! That has to lead people not to want to use the library, which is kind of counter to their purpose, isn't it? They need the insurance of having library patrons, and holding them up for fines like that isn't going to get it done...

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