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Old 02-28-2007, 09:24 AM
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So what is that, a week-long training course, and at the end you get a certificate or something?
I think it's all part of the basic training that they go through, you know, where they learn to be rude, incompetent, etc.
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I think it's all part of the basic training that they go through, you know, where they learn to be rude, incompetent, etc.
Wow! I didn't know bank tellers and Wal-Mart employees were trained at the same place...
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The banks are insured, the teller got no incentive for taking any risk.
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wasn t there a movie like this?
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Damn both of you. I should have not written as much.
Looks like someone didn't have their V8 this morning....
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wasn t there a movie like this?
Yeah, I was too lazy to google.
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side not: just saw on IMDB that a actress in that movie is named Busy Phillips? Who names their duaghter 'Busy'?????
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Sugar & Spice

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A popular high school cheerleader (Mena Suvari) becomes pregnant with the star quarterback's child, only to find herself turning to crime to support the lifestyle she wants to live.
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Wow! I didn't know bank tellers and Wal-Mart employees were trained at the same place...
Yup, as well as the customer service people when you call <insert company>.
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