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I hate change

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Mormonstang, Sep 6, 2007.

Do you like change?

  1. I love it

    10 vote(s)
    22.7%
  2. I hate it

    22 vote(s)
    50.0%
  3. I don't give a ****

    12 vote(s)
    27.3%
  1. Mormonstang

    Mormonstang Oh herrow!

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    Does everyone else feel the same way? I have worked at wal-mart for 3 years, 4 in April, and I don't want to leave. Not because it's a great job, because it isn't, but just because I don't like change. I'm familiar with the place, and the people, so I can get away with stuff, and I know my job is secure.

    What brings this up, is that I'm thinking of changing, and going to a brick plant that my friend works at. Sure it's going to be hard work, but they pay 1200 every two weeks, compared to my 500 every two weeks. I know it's worth the change, and I know I could most likely do it. I'm just being a little ***** at the moment, and I'm nervous about the whole thing :lol:

    I haven't made a thread in a while, so I thought I would make one. So how many of you are afraid of change, or are not afraid or change, or love it? Explain.....
     
  2. V6mustang94

    V6mustang94 Well-Known Member

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    I hate going to new jobs.
     
  3. tropic03gt

    tropic03gt New Member

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    learning a new job sucks. learning how the people are. learning the way they treat situations.

    everything about a new job SUCKS
     
  4. Mormonstang

    Mormonstang Oh herrow!

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    well I'm glad you guys agree :thumbup:
     
  5. BadAssStang

    BadAssStang Mustang Sally

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    I think change is good, but it still makes me nervous and anxious.
     
  6. V6mustang94

    V6mustang94 Well-Known Member

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    What sucks is that typically people have their own way of doing everything and you have to figure out who does what and how so that things go more smoothly.
     
  7. Culex

    Culex 3.8's Polyglot

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    Same here, which is why I chose to go back to my old job, albeit at a different store.
     
  8. tropic03gt

    tropic03gt New Member

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    I wish I could go back to my old job. I quit because I thought I was tired of all the bs. Yeah... big mistake.
     
  9. Mormonstang

    Mormonstang Oh herrow!

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    I just hope I like the job. Because if I do, I'm for sure getting a cobra at that pay rate. Have any of you noticed the drop in price? you used to have to pay 28-30k for a 25k mile terminator, now it's like 25-27k for one. :thumbup:
     
  10. tropic03gt

    tropic03gt New Member

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    around here you can get one for about $22-25
     
  11. thelatinguy7

    thelatinguy7 Computer Engineer

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    no way i welcome change with open arms, not really nervous or afraid of anything, i like to see and experience new things, may it be places or different jobs in my field, or women lol (jk) ...i just think there is something always better out there so dont like to limit myself to anything
     
  12. idioteque

    idioteque Pine away for your banner years.

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    I like change. I don't spend it right away. I save it, roll it up and deposit the rolls to the bank every couple of months. It adds up.
     
  13. sgramer

    sgramer Big LoZer

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    Learning something new is alwasy a good thing, broadens your horizons. Learning an new job can be a little intimidating, as with learning anything new.
    Change is juts a part of life, as long as it is for the better it could be a good thing.
     
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    Weisse123 Active Member

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    You work at Wal-Mart for god's sake...you need to change....grow a back-bone and take the other job...will lead to much better things in life than working with the bottom of the barrel of society....but then again, I own some shares of Wal-Mart....
     
  15. MaestroSC

    MaestroSC Are you ready for the....

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    I'm one of the "loves change" people. I love something fresh every 2-3 years. Makes things exciting and challenging again. I tend to get bored and unmotivated after a few years of doing the "same 'ole thing". I love change when it comes to cars I own, jobs I hold, er...women I'd like to go out with (though I'm married so I'm stuck), etc..
     
  16. Sanchez

    Sanchez I CAN HEAR GOD

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    Before the Air Force, I would change jobs literally every 4-5 months. I couldnt stand being in one place, I got bored.

    Now that I dont really have a choice, I kind of have to stay haha. Change things up, it'll give you a new experience ad possibly new friends :thumbup:
     
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    Zuplar Unregistered User

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    yeah dude i would have to agree with you about changing jobs, it sucks because it is a totally new environment, but it could be a good thing.
     
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    I hate change. Changing schools, jobs, habits, pretty much anything. Whenever I'm introduced to something (or hell, even someone) new, I usually tend to avoid the situation at all costs possible. I'm always stuck in the past, and while I know it's not healthy, it's how I am. I always worry about the future and how much is changing and is going to change over the next few years, and I'm honestly afraid of the outcome. :(
     
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    I think change is good.
     
  20. nikko

    nikko Admin Emeritus Off Topic Moderator

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    Any change that involves never going into a walmart again is a good change.