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    expensive cafe  
    cashiers are commissioned on sales rather than customers per hour, causing cherry picking.  
    software dept commissioned by quarterly making an even wage for hard and hardly working employees  
    favoritism  
    P.I.C. sup has to much in his hands, sup card, locked out employees, price match, etc..  
    Fry's bank  
    people stealing others' sales/tearing up quotes  
    thas mine
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      CommentAuthorasdf
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2009
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    If you can list more and list them numerically, Luis can have this article published on Consumerist for millions to see.
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      CommentAuthorsomeone
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2009
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    bmode13:  
    cashiers are commissioned on sales rather than customers per hour, causing cherry picking.  
     
     
    Maybe if they actually hurried up and grabbed another customer, they'd raise their numbers up.. or stop slacking off in the breakroom all day as well.  
     
    Seriously, I stand in line and see how fast these cashiers move on doing everything.. They take a customer... finish them and then play with all their paperwork for 5 minutes before they turn on their light again. and repeat.  
     
    Seriously, do cashiers need that much time between customers? If I was up there, i'd just take one customer after another. There is no need to wait 5 minutes to finish up your previous transaction.  
     
    It's pretty simple.. the faster you are at taking the next customer, the more customers you have, the more customers you have, the more money you ring up. Your dollar per customer may not be as high as some "cherry pickers" but you should have a good amount of dollars rung at the end of the day. It's pretty simple, If you ring up 3 customers in the time it takes another cashier to ring up a $1000 laptop sale, you are pretty close to what they rung up.. and then they would probably try standing there for another $1000 sale to come through while you rung up another 10 $300 sales.. and you are bound to get a good sale in there as well, as much as some bad ones..  
     
    and I know all cashiers cherry pick.. I've seen it in action when I walk a customer in line carrying a laptop.. All the lights seem to mysteriously stop working while there are 10 cashiers there with no customers in front of them as they all pretend to be shuffling their paperwork in their registers.. and slowly and slowly a light here and there turns on until I'm the next person in line with the customer where all the lights miraculously start working again..Hiya kids. Here is an important message from your Uncle Bill. Don't buy drugs. Become a pop star, and they give you them for free!
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      CommentAuthormerzbow
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2009 edited
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    i wanted to add a handful of reasons but ive came up with 71. eventually i can get it up to 100.  
     
    1 - returns associates not testing and inspecting products (slapping open box stickers on items broken, missing parts, even switched out old models)  
     
    2 - returns assoiciates doing fraudulent returns by issuing store credit/cash back off of reciepts being returned without product.  
     
    3 - delivery team making deliveries/running a moving service on the side with the Frys delivery truck.  
     
    4 - department associates peddling their own business to customers (home installation, repair, etc)  
     
    5 - corrupt corperate management (see Omar IRS scandal)  
     
    6 - the moring circle jerk- i mean morning meeting... having to clap like a retard after everything management says while butchering the english language, reads off numbers, topped off with the YEEY fake fry's stolen cheer.  
     
    7 - insanely high sales goals + bad economy 2008 edition + how much more grab & go ZERO GP ad items sold = less than 50% of sales associates reaching projection. maybe.  
     
    8 - 'use it or lose it' paid time off policy. most other places give you a check for unused vacation, holiday or personal when it annually resets. not here! (your most unpaid time off is always at FRY'S!)  
     
    9 - long time sales associates that build up and use more vacation, holiday, and personal time off are being MORE ACCOUNTABLE for sales numbers with LESS TIME to do so. (unless management wants sales people to take their vacation on the sales floor?)  
     
    10 - sales people who are off during the weekend coming in on their day off to sell. (totally unfair to those scheduled on those days over-staffed as it is.)  
     
    11 - hiring old retired people (re: ppl that dont need a job, just want something to do) who barely speak english and who can care less about sales goals.... then FIRING the more experienced, knowledgeable associates for not reaching impossible sales goals (see reason #7) probably to keep costs down on the differed compensation program.  
     
    12 - the douchebag shark salesperson with dishonest tactics (butting in to other peoples sales, rewritting quotes on comeback customers that arent his, and lieing to customers about products and policies) ...theyre the ones keeping their jobs.  
     
    13 - these same associates leeching off another associates AP to get the price lower for a big sale.  
     
    14 - these same associates selling PSC's on items that are marked down on clearance like 70~80% when theyre not supposed to.  
     
    15 - bait and switch ads (running ads well knowing half those ad items are out of stock)  
     
    16 - price changes.... hiking up regular price items the day before putting them 'on sale' at or around the price it was before the ad  
     
    17 - questionable 'on sale' ad prices (you save a whole .99 cents when this 999.99 item is on sale!)  
     
    18 - LP more focused on internal theft than external theft because the commission rate is better  
     
    19 - closing the bathrooms down cause LP thinks some kid is gonna steal a magazine.  
     
    20 - the reduction to 32 hours a week for full time employees, for a little while being understaffed meant a 6 days work week at a whopping 38 hours! that is until they decided to overstaff again.  
     
    21 - on a closing shift, TSR/closing takes 2 HOURS (an hour and fourty-five minutes of which involves looking busy till they say its time to go home) realistically, it takes 30 minutes tops to close if everyone does their part.  
     
    22 - having to help another department finish closing when they should have scheduled more people to close.  
     
    23 - the average customer being bugged at least 4-5 times about signing up for the frys card in a single visit.  
     
    24 - having a customer approved for Fry's credit card on the sales floor, only to say goodbye to your $2000 sale an hour later because he got the run around frys bank is giving him at front checkout... he doesnt know the answer to some dumbshit question the banker asks on the phone like the name of his neighbors dog at the house he lived in 10 years ago.  
     
    25 - taking a HUGE sale over the phone, getting it ready, writing a quote thinking youre gonna get a pretty hefty chunk of commission and GP, only to have your douchebag sup tell the store manager you didnt work for the sale, resulting in no credit for the sale even though no discount was given. not only that, youre out of that product for weeks untill its restocked.  
     
    26 - having to work around mid-management d-bag sups who is only in the position because of brown nosing and never has any actual work to do nor has any real supervisor duties... except maybe get caught sleeping in his vehicle when hes supposed to be comp shopping and occasionally sexually harassing his male co-workers.  
     
    27 - the sup card (missed the clock-in window by 1 min? you have to wait another 5-10 min for the sup card!)  
     
    28 - the break room smeling like fried fish and GETTING VERY LOUD certain times of the day.  
     
    29 - the Rockstar machine carrying 2 types of Rockstar when the store carries like 10 different flavors.  
     
    30 - women associate dress code being waaay more liberal than the 'white shirt & tie only!' male dress code  
     
    31 - they make male associates dress up like uppity mormons, mormons that sell porn.  
     
    32 - selling Wii's as $500+ packages only.... 3 years later.  
     
    33 - customers having to print out their own rebate forms now.  
     
    34 - making a first time check writer wait 15-30 minutes for approval for a 75 dollar item.  
     
    35 - written counciling for not selling enough of a particular brand, to the point that your job is being threatened (im looking at you, Monster)  
     
    36 - never being comp'd for bringing in your own cleaning supplies for mopar, even though mgmt told you you were.  
     
    37 - working on side projects for your department manager on your own time (making signs, etc) and having to ask for a thank you. and finally being comp'd for supplies only after producing reciepts.  
     
    38 - certain items YOU sell in YOUR department and class code showing up as ZERO GP. (example: item sold for 100 when the cost is like 50, shows up as 0 GP)  
     
    39 - having to tell customers that you will price match frys.com, but we add the charge of shipping to the price of the item  
     
    40 - they 'fix' that with an even worse 'buy online/pick up in-store' system... customer picks out what they want online, comes in, you spend 10~30 minutes selling the customer on that item, answering like a million questions, only not to get credit for the sale. oh and if you want to sell the PSC on it you have to wait till the first transaction is over.  
     
    41 - fouled up PSC program. one time replacement. if it messes up again, tough titty. youre screwed mr. customer.  
     
    42 - the 'same or like item replacement' PSC policy is super screwy. a customer can buy a dvd/tv combo for $200 with a PSC. a few months later its discontinued, breaks, and the closest thing to replace it is a $900 model. how does Fry's not lose out on $700 there?  
     
    43 - having the most backwards 20 year old POS system. Fry's sells the most advanced computers around, but wont upgrade its operating system because one of the Fry's brothers (or one of their friends) wrote the program (supposedly). i wouldnt be suprised if they still had one of those reel-to-reel WW2 supercomputers that take up a whole room in the corperate office.  
     
    44 - having to reset a schematic because a certain vendor is in town for a show or electronics expo, only having to have it change back once theyre gone.  
     
    45 - backstock associates having 'accessory sales' on their nametag, yet they never sell accessories.  
     
    46 - seemingly fires people for 2 reasons only: 1) major theft or 2) the super rediculous petty whim cause youve been there a long time.... theres no in-between.  
     
    47 - class of 10-20 new hires EVERY week. they say its because theyre always promoting from within! but everyone knows its the horrible turn-around with people quitting. all. the. time.  
     
    48 - taking a commission hit on stuff you sold like 2 YEARS AGO (selling a PSC just gives the customer an opportunity to return something 2~5 years later)  
     
    49 - when a customer you sold stuff to comes in for an ad price adjustment a week later and the PIC screws your commission over as a return/resale.  
     
    50 - the drop off of quality name brands in favor of adding more and more off-brands  
     
    51 - 99% of the time an LPG is usually just a price match. the customer usually has to jump through hoops and do backflips to get the lowest price guaranteed in town. by the time the customer has the price adjusted they forget its supposed to be lower than the price Fry's is going up against.  
     
    52. - employees hiding merchandise in backstock just so they can get it for insanely cheap once it gets discontinued for 80-90% off  
     
    53. - you can sometimes get reimbursed for a commission hit on a return thats older than 30 days, but only after jumping through hoops of filling out a sales research form, getting info from returns and info from checkout. one massive headache.  
     
    54. - you will sometimes take hits from customers returning your sale at another store. but you will never why your paycheck is $100 lower than it should be UNLESS you go to audit and they tell you that you took a hit.... a $100 commission hit at another store. nice huh?  
     
    55. - closing PIC telling everyone to clock out cause were going home, but not leaving and having to wait at the front door for another 15-20 minutes while the closing PIC and LP dick around.  
     
    56 - having LP conduct an alarm test 15 minutes before we're scheduled to go home, end result = an hour of overtime just standing around while LP and the closing PIC conducts an alarm test they should have done 2 hours ago  
     
    57. - LP busting a shoplifter right before the store closes.... the closing PIC and LP not letting the closing employees leave the store until 4 HOURS AFTER WE'RE SCHEDULED TO GO HOME having to sit around and wait till the police comes and take away the shoplifter.  
     
    58. - randomly, customer information is purged & deleted from the POS system. (is it done on purpose so if a customer loses their reciept Fry's wont have their PSC's on file?)  
     
    59. - it can take up to a minute or more just to add new customers to the POS system, or even freeze the system completely.  
     
    60. - V-Con is just an unvoluntary 60 minute break, consisting of corperate jerk-off sessions between the buyers and vendor reps. when you have a serious business question about the product, they usually answer your questions with 'uhhh..... we have to get back to you on that one'  
     
    61. - Fry's cafe making $2 sandwiches and charging $6-7 a pop. charging for eating utencils and plates a la carte.  
     
    62. - out of that super cheap ad item? customer insists on getting a raincheck? have fun spending the next 10 minutes or so hunting down a sup to password a raincheck that rewards you zero commission and negative $500 dollars GP!  
     
    63. - employees telling customers a high dollar ad item isnt in stock..... they will issue a raincheck knowing full well its in stock and pays zero commission right now. and then call the customer once the sale is over when the item pays full commission.  
     
    64. - pocket checks conducted by CSA's are supposed to be 'at random' and not mandatory (at least they were a few years ago) half the time you say 'Ready' as your leaving they just stare at you. sometimes theyre not even paying attention. and then the one time you dont say 'ready' they bitch at you.  
     
    65. - pocket checks are pointless and ineffective anyway. someone will just put stuff in their backpockets if they really want to steal something. if anything, enforcing pocket checks makes people MORE inclined to steal.  
     
    66. - EVERY boxed item bigger than the size of a cd case an employee purchases is subject to being opened and inspected by LP & the CSA at the door. even if its factory strapped and sealed. whats worse: they expect YOU the puchaser to open it. if youre accusing me of stealing, you do the work. not me. a-holes. whats worse x2: now you have an open box item!  
     
    67. - during the summer, the AC switches off promptly at store close. take 2 hours getting sweaty TSR'ing in 90 plus degree room temp..... add the average Fry's employees poor hygiene... and you have a very bad mix of swass and b.o. waiting at the timeclock at the end of the night  
     
    68. - fixed scheduling on the sales floor FAILS. the guy with a good fixed schedule (nothing but mid shifts all week & weekend, slow days off) is going to consistanly make high numbers. the guy with the bad schedule (works the most closes, weekends off) is going to consistantly make low numbers. add a store manager who doesnt listen and a department manager so lazy he doesnt change the schedule unless someone quits or gets fired = a weekly schedule going months to up to a whole year before getting changed.  
     
    69. - you can bust your ass selling all day and fill up a whole page of commission. meanwhile a co-worker can magically be in the right spot at the right time and make more off one lucky sale than you did all day.  
     
    70. - deferred compensation aside, theres no real rewards for many years of service.... 5 years you get a dumb charlie chip pin. 10 (or 8 i think) years gets you a tiny-ass plaque. (commemoration plaque, not plaque as in deadly disease, though it might as well be)  
     
    71. - heres an idea of how long a job typically lasts at Fry's. at the last store awards ceremony out of a staff of 300+ employees..... around 20 people got five-year pins. only 3 people got the ten (might be eight) year plaque... one department manager, one cashier, and one return assoiciate.
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      CommentAuthorsomeone
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2009
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    merzbow:  
    48 - taking a commission hit on stuff you sold like 2 YEARS AGO (selling a PSC just gives the customer an opportunity to return something 2~5 years later)  
     
     
     
    You forgot to mention that they adjust the amount of money to reflect amount of time they had the psc for, but they don't adjust the amount of commision you get hit for..  
     
    You sell a $200 psc and make $30...  
    Customer returns that $200 psc , 1 year later but gets adjusted so the customer only gets $115 back... you still get hit for the full $30.Hiya kids. Here is an important message from your Uncle Bill. Don't buy drugs. Become a pop star, and they give you them for free!
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      CommentAuthorsomeone
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2009 edited
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    52. Have a major illness and miss 3 days in a row because of it? - They fill out a VQ for you.Hiya kids. Here is an important message from your Uncle Bill. Don't buy drugs. Become a pop star, and they give you them for free!
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      CommentAuthormerzbow
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2009 edited
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    someone:
    merzbow:  
    48 - taking a commission hit on stuff you sold like 2 YEARS AGO (selling a PSC just gives the customer an opportunity to return something 2~5 years later)  
     
     
     
    You forgot to mention that they adjust the amount of money to reflect amount of time they had the psc for, but they don't adjust the amount of commision you get hit for..  
     
    You sell a $200 psc and make $30...  
    Customer returns that $200 psc , 1 year later but gets adjusted so the customer only gets $115 back... you still get hit for the full $30.
     
     
    oh yeah sometimes getting the hit on the 2 year old psc too... what the hell  
     
    they will let a random customer get away with returning items 2 years later, but the store manager wont allow a LPG price adjustment for a TV 10 days past the 30 day policy FOR AN EMPLOYEE
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      CommentAuthorsomeone
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2009
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    merzbow:
    someone:
    merzbow:  
    48 - taking a commission hit on stuff you sold like 2 YEARS AGO (selling a PSC just gives the customer an opportunity to return something 2~5 years later)  
     
     
     
    You forgot to mention that they adjust the amount of money to reflect amount of time they had the psc for, but they don't adjust the amount of commision you get hit for..  
     
    You sell a $200 psc and make $30...  
    Customer returns that $200 psc , 1 year later but gets adjusted so the customer only gets $115 back... you still get hit for the full $30.
     
     
    oh yeah sometimes getting the hit on the 2 year old psc too... what the hell  
     
    they will let a random customer get away with returning items 2 years later, but the store manager wont allow a LPG price adjustment for a TV 10 days past the 30 day policy FOR AN EMPLOYEE
     
     
    Well normally if the customer screams enough at them, they'll cower and let them return it.. which is not the right policy for any store to do.. People screaming at you because they want to return an item 8 months after they purchased it should *NEVER* get their way.. It sets up precedent for other a-holes to do the same.  
     
    Now a person asking nicely 10 days after the return policy, should get their request taken..  
     
    It's all about respect.Hiya kids. Here is an important message from your Uncle Bill. Don't buy drugs. Become a pop star, and they give you them for free!
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    merzbow:
    someone:
    merzbow:  
    48 - taking a commission hit on stuff you sold like 2 YEARS AGO (selling a PSC just gives the customer an opportunity to return something 2~5 years later)  
     
     
     
    You forgot to mention that they adjust the amount of money to reflect amount of time they had the psc for, but they don't adjust the amount of commision you get hit for..  
     
    You sell a $200 psc and make $30...  
    Customer returns that $200 psc , 1 year later but gets adjusted so the customer only gets $115 back... you still get hit for the full $30.
     
     
    oh yeah sometimes getting the hit on the 2 year old psc too... what the hell  
     
    they will let a random customer get away with returning items 2 years later, but the store manager wont allow a LPG price adjustment for a TV 10 days past the 30 day policy FOR AN EMPLOYEE
     
     
    Eh... the Employee Handbook says you can't, unless they took it out.Why is there an S in Lisp?
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      CommentAuthormeinside100
    • CommentTimeJan 20th 2009 edited
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    "28 - the break room smeling like fried fish and GETTING VERY LOUD certain times of the day."  
     
     
    What do you expect with a company filled with black and indian employees.
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    someone:
    bmode13:  
    cashiers are commissioned on sales rather than customers per hour, causing cherry picking.  
     
     
    Maybe if they actually hurried up and grabbed another customer, they'd raise their numbers up.. or stop slacking off in the breakroom all day as well.  
     
    Seriously, I stand in line and see how fast these cashiers move on doing everything.. They take a customer... finish them and then play with all their paperwork for 5 minutes before they turn on their light again. and repeat.  
     
    Seriously, do cashiers need that much time between customers? If I was up there, i'd just take one customer after another. There is no need to wait 5 minutes to finish up your previous transaction.  
     
    It's pretty simple.. the faster you are at taking the next customer, the more customers you have, the more customers you have, the more money you ring up. Your dollar per customer may not be as high as some "cherry pickers" but you should have a good amount of dollars rung at the end of the day. It's pretty simple, If you ring up 3 customers in the time it takes another cashier to ring up a $1000 laptop sale, you are pretty close to what they rung up.. and then they would probably try standing there for another $1000 sale to come through while you rung up another 10 $300 sales.. and you are bound to get a good sale in there as well, as much as some bad ones..  
     
    and I know all cashiers cherry pick.. I've seen it in action when I walk a customer in line carrying a laptop.. All the lights seem to mysteriously stop working while there are 10 cashiers there with no customers in front of them as they all pretend to be shuffling their paperwork in their registers.. and slowly and slowly a light here and there turns on until I'm the next person in line with the customer where all the lights miraculously start working again..
     
     
    Exactly, I ain't going to lie...I pretend im counting my till, then when i see you come close i get ready. Or I time my transaction go slow or faster depending on where the big sale on line is. So anyways why the hell do you walk your customer through the line??? just walk them to someone in the end registers just like all the A/V people do to make their money.
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    bmode13: expensive cafe  
    cashiers are commissioned on sales rather than customers per hour, causing cherry picking.  
    software dept commissioned by quarterly making an even wage for hard and hardly working employees  
    favoritism  
    P.I.C. sup has to much in his hands, sup card, locked out employees, price match, etc..  
    Fry's bank  
    people stealing others' sales/tearing up quotes  
    thas mine
     
     
    Its a lose/lose situation with cashiers. Sales lead them to cherry picking but nubmer of customers will lead to them rush through customers. It's bad enough that they have to do that complicated delivery process, but what if they had to rush it? Especially the new hires. Maybe that's why they came up with that whole quarterly average for them, didn't help much cause they still cherry pick. Oh well.  
     
    Hey didn't someone post something like this a couple months back. It was called something like 100 reasons not to shop at frys.
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      CommentAuthorSuzukiman
    • CommentTimeJan 20th 2009
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    Isnt it illegal to take away commissions in certain conditions like if it gets returned after the return period or something.Looking for my head ............... yeah the eight valve one yeah ....
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      CommentAuthormerzbow
    • CommentTimeJan 20th 2009 edited
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    That Guy in Duluth:
     
     
    they will let a random customer get away with returning items 2 years later, but the store manager wont allow a LPG price adjustment for a TV 10 days past the 30 day policy FOR AN EMPLOYEE
     
     
    Eh... the Employee Handbook says you can't, unless they took it out.
     
     
    the point is they let customers return stuff years later if they yell and argue enough, but wont let an employee do an LPG 10 days late (when theyve done it in the past). it wouldnt have been a big deal for a price adjustment, cause its store credit that back goes to the company.  
     
     
    meinside100: "28 - the break room smeling like fried fish and GETTING VERY LOUD certain times of the day."  
     
     
    What do you expect with a company filled with black and indian employees.
     
     
    actually i was referring to the tagalogs there, but i guess it varies store to store....  
     
    Suzukiman: Isnt it illegal to take away commissions in certain conditions like if it gets returned after the return period or something.
     
     
    yeah its supposed to be 30 days. but if a customer bitches and moans they can get their way. usually you can get that commission back, but you have to fill out sales reasearch forms and shit. a big headache.
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      CommentAuthorasdf
    • CommentTimeJan 20th 2009
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    Well if we can get merzbow's list to 100 that would be awesome.
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      CommentAuthormerzbow
    • CommentTimeJan 20th 2009
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    yeah i read the original 100 reasons not to shop at fry's someone posted way back. but im making mine purely from an ex-employee point of view.  
     
    i originally had a handful of points i wanted to make but the list kept growing and growing! im sure i can get it up to 100 pretty fast. ill just keep editing my original post for new additons. :face-smile:
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    gossipgirl025:
    bmode13: expensive cafe  
    cashiers are commissioned on sales rather than customers per hour, causing cherry picking.  
    software dept commissioned by quarterly making an even wage for hard and hardly working employees  
    favoritism  
    P.I.C. sup has to much in his hands, sup card, locked out employees, price match, etc..  
    Fry's bank  
    people stealing others' sales/tearing up quotes  
    thas mine
     
     
    Its a lose/lose situation with cashiers. Sales lead them to cherry picking but nubmer of customers will lead to them rush through customers. It's bad enough that they have to do that complicated delivery process, but what if they had to rush it? Especially the new hires. Maybe that's why they came up with that whole quarterly average for them, didn't help much cause they still cherry pick. Oh well.  
     
    Hey didn't someone post something like this a couple months back. It was called something like 100 reasons not to shop at frys.
     
    I think a good way is to have them both set...in order to get commision
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      CommentAuthorMr. Smith
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009
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    merzbow: i wanted to add a handful of reasons but ive came up with 69. eventually i can get it up to 100.  
     
    1 - returns associates not testing and inspecting products (slapping open box stickers on items broken, missing parts, even switched out old models)  
     
    2 - returns assoiciates doing fraudulent returns by issuing store credit/cash back off of reciepts being returned without product.  
     
    3 - delivery team making deliveries/running a moving service on the side with the Frys delivery truck.  
     
    4 - department associates peddling their own business to customers (home installation, repair, etc)  
     
    5 - corrupt corperate management (see Omar IRS scandal)  
     
    6 - the moring circle jerk- i mean morning meeting... having to clap like a retard after everything management says while butchering the english language, reads off numbers, topped off with the YEEY fake fry's stolen cheer.  
     
    7 - insanely high sales goals + bad economy 2008 edition + how much more grab & go ZERO GP ad items sold = less than 50% of sales associates reaching projection. maybe.  
     
    8 - 'use it or lose it' paid time off policy. most other places give you a check for unused vacation, holiday or personal when it annually resets. not here! (your most unpaid time off is always at FRY'S!)  
     
    9 - long time sales associates that build up and use more vacation, holiday, and personal time off are being MORE ACCOUNTABLE for sales numbers with LESS TIME to do so. (unless management wants sales people to take their vacation on the sales floor?)  
     
    10 - sales people who are off during the weekend coming in on their day off to sell. (totally unfair to those scheduled on those days over-staffed as it is.)  
     
    11 - hiring old retired people (re: ppl that dont need a job, just want something to do) who barely speak english and who can care less about sales goals.... then FIRING the more experienced, knowledgeable associates for not reaching impossible sales goals (see reason #7) probably to keep costs down on the differed compensation program.  
     
    12 - the douchebag shark salesperson with dishonest tactics (butting in to other peoples sales, rewritting quotes on comeback customers that arent his, and lieing to customers about products and policies) ...theyre the ones keeping their jobs.  
     
    13 - these same associates leeching off another associates AP to get the price lower for a big sale.  
     
    14 - these same associates selling PSC's on items that are marked down on clearance like 70~80% when theyre not supposed to.  
     
    15 - bait and switch ads (running ads well knowing half those ad items are out of stock)  
     
    16 - price changes.... hiking up regular price items the day before putting them 'on sale' at or around the price it was before the ad  
     
    17 - questionable 'on sale' ad prices (you save a whole .99 cents when this 999.99 item is on sale!)  
     
    18 - LP more focused on internal theft than external theft because the commission rate is better  
     
    19 - closing the bathrooms down cause LP thinks some kid is gonna steal a magazine.  
     
    20 - the reduction to 32 hours a week for full time employees, for a little while being understaffed meant a 6 days work week at a whopping 38 hours! that is until they decided to overstaff again.  
     
    21 - on a closing shift, TSR/closing takes 2 HOURS (an hour and fourty-five minutes of which involves looking busy till they say its time to go home) realistically, it takes 30 minutes tops to close if everyone does their part.  
     
    22 - having to help another department finish closing when they should have scheduled more people to close.  
     
    23 - the average customer being bugged at least 4-5 times about signing up for the frys card in a single visit.  
     
    24 - having a customer approved for Fry's credit card on the sales floor, only to say goodbye to your $2000 sale an hour later because he got the run around frys bank is giving him at front checkout... he doesnt know the answer to some dumbshit question the banker asks on the phone like the name of his neighbors dog at the house he lived in 10 years ago.  
     
    25 - taking a HUGE sale over the phone, getting it ready, writing a quote thinking youre gonna get a pretty hefty chunk of commission and GP, only to have your douchebag sup tell the store manager you didnt work for the sale, resulting in no credit for the sale even though no discount was given. not only that, youre out of that product for weeks untill its restocked.  
     
    26 - having to work around mid-management d-bag sups who is only in the position because of brown nosing and never has any actual work to do nor has any real supervisor duties... except maybe get caught sleeping in his vehicle when hes supposed to be comp shopping and occasionally sexually harassing his male co-workers.  
     
    27 - the sup card (missed the clock-in window by 1 min? you have to wait another 5-10 min for the sup card!)  
     
    28 - the break room smeling like fried fish and GETTING VERY LOUD certain times of the day.  
     
    29 - the Rockstar machine carrying 2 types of Rockstar when the store carries like 10 different flavors.  
     
    30 - women associate dress code being waaay more liberal than the 'white shirt & tie only!' male dress code  
     
    31 - they make male associates dress up like uppity mormons, mormons that sell porn.  
     
    32 - selling Wii's as $500+ packages only.... 3 years later.  
     
    33 - customers having to print out their own rebate forms now.  
     
    34 - making a first time check writer wait 15-30 minutes for approval for a 75 dollar item.  
     
    35 - written counciling for not selling enough of a particular brand, to the point that your job is being threatened (im looking at you, Monster)  
     
    36 - never being comp'd for bringing in your own cleaning supplies for mopar, even though mgmt told you you were.  
     
    37 - working on side projects for your department manager on your own time (making signs, etc) and having to ask for a thank you. and finally being comp'd for supplies only after producing reciepts.  
     
    38 - certain items YOU sell in YOUR department and class code showing up as ZERO GP. (example: item sold for 100 when the cost is like 50, shows up as 0 GP)  
     
    39 - having to tell customers that you will price match frys.com, but we add the charge of shipping to the price of the item  
     
    40 - they 'fix' that with an even worse 'buy online/pick up in-store' system... customer picks out what they want online, comes in, you spend 10~30 minutes selling the customer on that item, answering like a million questions, only not to get credit for the sale. oh and if you want to sell the PSC on it you have to wait till the first transaction is over.  
     
    41 - fouled up PSC program. one time replacement. if it messes up again, tough titty. youre screwed mr. customer.  
     
    42 - the 'same or like item replacement' PSC policy is super screwy. a customer can buy a dvd/tv combo for $200 with a PSC. a few months later its discontinued, breaks, and the closest thing to replace it is a $900 model. how does Fry's not lose out on $700 there?  
     
    43 - having the most backwards 20 year old POS system. Fry's sells the most advanced computers around, but wont upgrade its operating system because one of the Fry's brothers (or one of their friends) wrote the program (supposedly). i wouldnt be suprised if they still had one of those reel-to-reel WW2 supercomputers that take up a whole room in the corperate office.  
     
    44 - having to reset a schematic because a certain vendor is in town for a show or electronics expo, only having to have it change back once theyre gone.  
     
    45 - backstock associates having 'accessory sales' on their nametag, yet they never sell accessories.  
     
    46 - seemingly fires people for 2 reasons only: 1) major theft or 2) the super rediculous petty whim cause youve been there a long time.... theres no in-between.  
     
    47 - class of 10-20 new hires EVERY week. they say its because theyre always promoting from within! but everyone knows its the horrible turn-around with people quitting. all. the. time.  
     
    48 - taking a commission hit on stuff you sold like 2 YEARS AGO (selling a PSC just gives the customer an opportunity to return something 2~5 years later)  
     
    49 - when a customer you sold stuff to comes in for an ad price adjustment a week later and the PIC screws your commission over as a return/resale.  
     
    50 - the drop off of quality name brands in favor of adding more and more off-brands  
     
    51 - 99% of the time an LPG is usually just a price match. the customer usually has to jump through hoops and do backflips to get the lowest price guaranteed in town. by the time the customer has the price adjusted they forget its supposed to be lower than the price Fry's is going up against.  
     
    52. - employees hiding merchandise in backstock just so they can get it for insanely cheap once it gets discontinued for 80-90% off  
     
    53. - you can sometimes get reimbursed for a commission hit on a return thats older than 30 days, but only after jumping through hoops of filling out a sales research form, getting info from returns and info from checkout. one massive headache.  
     
    54. - you will sometimes take hits from customers returning your sale at another store. but you will never why your paycheck is $100 lower than it should be UNLESS you go to audit and they tell you that you took a hit.... a $100 commission hit at another store. nice huh?  
     
    55. - closing PIC telling everyone to clock out cause were going home, but not leaving and having to wait at the front door for another 15-20 minutes while the closing PIC and LP dick around.  
     
    56 - having LP conduct an alarm test 15 minutes before we're scheduled to go home, end result = an hour of overtime just standing around while LP and the closing PIC conducts an alarm test they should have done 2 hours ago  
     
    57. - LP busting a shoplifter right before the store closes.... the closing PIC and LP not letting the closing employees leave the store until 4 HOURS AFTER WE'RE SCHEDULED TO GO HOME having to sit around and wait till the police comes and take away the shoplifter.  
     
    58. - randomly, customer information is purged & deleted from the POS system. (is it done on purpose so if a customer loses their reciept Fry's wont have their PSC's on file?)  
     
    59. - it can take up to a minute or more just to add new customers to the POS system, or even freeze the system completely.  
     
    60. - V-Con is just an unvoluntary 60 minute break, consisting of corperate jerk-off sessions between the buyers and vendor reps. when you have a serious business question about the product, they usually answer your questions with 'uhhh..... we have to get back to you on that one'  
     
    61. - Fry's cafe making $2 sandwiches and charging $6-7 a pop. charging for eating utencils and plates a la carte.  
     
    62. - out of that super cheap ad item? customer insists on getting a raincheck? have fun spending the next 10 minutes or so hunting down a sup to password a raincheck that rewards you zero commission and negative $500 dollars GP!  
     
    63. - employees telling customers a high dollar ad item isnt in stock..... they will issue a raincheck knowing full well its in stock and pays zero commission right now. and then call the customer once the sale is over when the item pays full commission.  
     
    64. - pocket checks conducted by CSA's are supposed to be 'at random' and not mandatory (at least they were a few years ago) half the time you say 'Ready' as your leaving they just stare at you. sometimes theyre not even paying attention. and then the one time you dont say 'ready' they bitch at you.  
     
    65. - pocket checks are pointless and ineffective anyway. someone will just put stuff in their backpockets if they really want to steal something. if anything, enforcing pocket checks makes people MORE inclined to steal.  
     
    66. - EVERY boxed item bigger than the size of a cd case an employee purchases is subject to being opened and inspected by LP & the CSA at the door. even if its factory strapped and sealed. whats worse: they expect YOU the puchaser to open it. if youre accusing me of stealing, you do the work. not me. a-holes. whats worse x2: now you have an open box item!  
     
    67. - during the summer, the AC switches off promptly at store close. take 2 hours getting sweaty TSR'ing in 90 plus degree room temp..... add the average Fry's employees poor hygiene... and you have a very bad mix of swass and b.o. waiting at the timeclock at the end of the night  
     
    68. - fixed scheduling on the sales floor FAILS. the guy with a good fixed schedule (nothing but mid shifts all week & weekend, slow days off) is going to consistanly make high numbers. the guy with the bad schedule (works the most closes, weekends off) is going to consistantly make low numbers. add a store manager who doesnt listen and a department manager so lazy he doesnt change the schedule unless someone quits or gets fired = a weekly schedule going months to up to a whole year before getting changed.  
     
    69. - you can bust your ass selling all day and fill up a whole page of commission. meanwhile a co-worker can magically be in the right spot at the right time and make more off one lucky sale than you did all day.
     
     
    Nice list, but way too much time on your hands.
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    merzbow: i wanted to add a handful of reasons but ive came up with 69. eventually i can get it up to 100.  
     
    1 - returns associates not testing and inspecting products (slapping open box stickers on items broken, missing parts, even switched out old models)  
     
    2 - returns assoiciates doing fraudulent returns by issuing store credit/cash back off of reciepts being returned without product.  
     
    3 - delivery team making deliveries/running a moving service on the side with the Frys delivery truck.  
     
    4 - department associates peddling their own business to customers (home installation, repair, etc)  
     
    5 - corrupt corperate management (see Omar IRS scandal)  
     
    6 - the moring circle jerk- i mean morning meeting... having to clap like a retard after everything management says while butchering the english language, reads off numbers, topped off with the YEEY fake fry's stolen cheer.  
     
    7 - insanely high sales goals + bad economy 2008 edition + how much more grab & go ZERO GP ad items sold = less than 50% of sales associates reaching projection. maybe.  
     
    8 - 'use it or lose it' paid time off policy. most other places give you a check for unused vacation, holiday or personal when it annually resets. not here! (your most unpaid time off is always at FRY'S!)  
     
    9 - long time sales associates that build up and use more vacation, holiday, and personal time off are being MORE ACCOUNTABLE for sales numbers with LESS TIME to do so. (unless management wants sales people to take their vacation on the sales floor?)  
     
    10 - sales people who are off during the weekend coming in on their day off to sell. (totally unfair to those scheduled on those days over-staffed as it is.)  
     
    11 - hiring old retired people (re: ppl that dont need a job, just want something to do) who barely speak english and who can care less about sales goals.... then FIRING the more experienced, knowledgeable associates for not reaching impossible sales goals (see reason #7) probably to keep costs down on the differed compensation program.  
     
    12 - the douchebag shark salesperson with dishonest tactics (butting in to other peoples sales, rewritting quotes on comeback customers that arent his, and lieing to customers about products and policies) ...theyre the ones keeping their jobs.  
     
    13 - these same associates leeching off another associates AP to get the price lower for a big sale.  
     
    14 - these same associates selling PSC's on items that are marked down on clearance like 70~80% when theyre not supposed to.  
     
    15 - bait and switch ads (running ads well knowing half those ad items are out of stock)  
     
    16 - price changes.... hiking up regular price items the day before putting them 'on sale' at or around the price it was before the ad  
     
    17 - questionable 'on sale' ad prices (you save a whole .99 cents when this 999.99 item is on sale!)  
     
    18 - LP more focused on internal theft than external theft because the commission rate is better  
     
    19 - closing the bathrooms down cause LP thinks some kid is gonna steal a magazine.  
     
    20 - the reduction to 32 hours a week for full time employees, for a little while being understaffed meant a 6 days work week at a whopping 38 hours! that is until they decided to overstaff again.  
     
    21 - on a closing shift, TSR/closing takes 2 HOURS (an hour and fourty-five minutes of which involves looking busy till they say its time to go home) realistically, it takes 30 minutes tops to close if everyone does their part.  
     
    22 - having to help another department finish closing when they should have scheduled more people to close.  
     
    23 - the average customer being bugged at least 4-5 times about signing up for the frys card in a single visit.  
     
    24 - having a customer approved for Fry's credit card on the sales floor, only to say goodbye to your $2000 sale an hour later because he got the run around frys bank is giving him at front checkout... he doesnt know the answer to some dumbshit question the banker asks on the phone like the name of his neighbors dog at the house he lived in 10 years ago.  
     
    25 - taking a HUGE sale over the phone, getting it ready, writing a quote thinking youre gonna get a pretty hefty chunk of commission and GP, only to have your douchebag sup tell the store manager you didnt work for the sale, resulting in no credit for the sale even though no discount was given. not only that, youre out of that product for weeks untill its restocked.  
     
    26 - having to work around mid-management d-bag sups who is only in the position because of brown nosing and never has any actual work to do nor has any real supervisor duties... except maybe get caught sleeping in his vehicle when hes supposed to be comp shopping and occasionally sexually harassing his male co-workers.  
     
    27 - the sup card (missed the clock-in window by 1 min? you have to wait another 5-10 min for the sup card!)  
     
    28 - the break room smeling like fried fish and GETTING VERY LOUD certain times of the day.  
     
    29 - the Rockstar machine carrying 2 types of Rockstar when the store carries like 10 different flavors.  
     
    30 - women associate dress code being waaay more liberal than the 'white shirt & tie only!' male dress code  
     
    31 - they make male associates dress up like uppity mormons, mormons that sell porn.  
     
    32 - selling Wii's as $500+ packages only.... 3 years later.  
     
    33 - customers having to print out their own rebate forms now.  
     
    34 - making a first time check writer wait 15-30 minutes for approval for a 75 dollar item.  
     
    35 - written counciling for not selling enough of a particular brand, to the point that your job is being threatened (im looking at you, Monster)  
     
    36 - never being comp'd for bringing in your own cleaning supplies for mopar, even though mgmt told you you were.  
     
    37 - working on side projects for your department manager on your own time (making signs, etc) and having to ask for a thank you. and finally being comp'd for supplies only after producing reciepts.  
     
    38 - certain items YOU sell in YOUR department and class code showing up as ZERO GP. (example: item sold for 100 when the cost is like 50, shows up as 0 GP)  
     
    39 - having to tell customers that you will price match frys.com, but we add the charge of shipping to the price of the item  
     
    40 - they 'fix' that with an even worse 'buy online/pick up in-store' system... customer picks out what they want online, comes in, you spend 10~30 minutes selling the customer on that item, answering like a million questions, only not to get credit for the sale. oh and if you want to sell the PSC on it you have to wait till the first transaction is over.  
     
    41 - fouled up PSC program. one time replacement. if it messes up again, tough titty. youre screwed mr. customer.  
     
    42 - the 'same or like item replacement' PSC policy is super screwy. a customer can buy a dvd/tv combo for $200 with a PSC. a few months later its discontinued, breaks, and the closest thing to replace it is a $900 model. how does Fry's not lose out on $700 there?  
     
    43 - having the most backwards 20 year old POS system. Fry's sells the most advanced computers around, but wont upgrade its operating system because one of the Fry's brothers (or one of their friends) wrote the program (supposedly). i wouldnt be suprised if they still had one of those reel-to-reel WW2 supercomputers that take up a whole room in the corperate office.  
     
    44 - having to reset a schematic because a certain vendor is in town for a show or electronics expo, only having to have it change back once theyre gone.  
     
    45 - backstock associates having 'accessory sales' on their nametag, yet they never sell accessories.  
     
    46 - seemingly fires people for 2 reasons only: 1) major theft or 2) the super rediculous petty whim cause youve been there a long time.... theres no in-between.  
     
    47 - class of 10-20 new hires EVERY week. they say its because theyre always promoting from within! but everyone knows its the horrible turn-around with people quitting. all. the. time.  
     
    48 - taking a commission hit on stuff you sold like 2 YEARS AGO (selling a PSC just gives the customer an opportunity to return something 2~5 years later)  
     
    49 - when a customer you sold stuff to comes in for an ad price adjustment a week later and the PIC screws your commission over as a return/resale.  
     
    50 - the drop off of quality name brands in favor of adding more and more off-brands  
     
    51 - 99% of the time an LPG is usually just a price match. the customer usually has to jump through hoops and do backflips to get the lowest price guaranteed in town. by the time the customer has the price adjusted they forget its supposed to be lower than the price Fry's is going up against.  
     
    52. - employees hiding merchandise in backstock just so they can get it for insanely cheap once it gets discontinued for 80-90% off  
     
    53. - you can sometimes get reimbursed for a commission hit on a return thats older than 30 days, but only after jumping through hoops of filling out a sales research form, getting info from returns and info from checkout. one massive headache.  
     
    54. - you will sometimes take hits from customers returning your sale at another store. but you will never why your paycheck is $100 lower than it should be UNLESS you go to audit and they tell you that you took a hit.... a $100 commission hit at another store. nice huh?  
     
    55. - closing PIC telling everyone to clock out cause were going home, but not leaving and having to wait at the front door for another 15-20 minutes while the closing PIC and LP dick around.  
     
    56 - having LP conduct an alarm test 15 minutes before we're scheduled to go home, end result = an hour of overtime just standing around while LP and the closing PIC conducts an alarm test they should have done 2 hours ago  
     
    57. - LP busting a shoplifter right before the store closes.... the closing PIC and LP not letting the closing employees leave the store until 4 HOURS AFTER WE'RE SCHEDULED TO GO HOME having to sit around and wait till the police comes and take away the shoplifter.  
     
    58. - randomly, customer information is purged & deleted from the POS system. (is it done on purpose so if a customer loses their reciept Fry's wont have their PSC's on file?)  
     
    59. - it can take up to a minute or more just to add new customers to the POS system, or even freeze the system completely.  
     
    60. - V-Con is just an unvoluntary 60 minute break, consisting of corperate jerk-off sessions between the buyers and vendor reps. when you have a serious business question about the product, they usually answer your questions with 'uhhh..... we have to get back to you on that one'  
     
    61. - Fry's cafe making $2 sandwiches and charging $6-7 a pop. charging for eating utencils and plates a la carte.  
     
    62. - out of that super cheap ad item? customer insists on getting a raincheck? have fun spending the next 10 minutes or so hunting down a sup to password a raincheck that rewards you zero commission and negative $500 dollars GP!  
     
    63. - employees telling customers a high dollar ad item isnt in stock..... they will issue a raincheck knowing full well its in stock and pays zero commission right now. and then call the customer once the sale is over when the item pays full commission.  
     
    64. - pocket checks conducted by CSA's are supposed to be 'at random' and not mandatory (at least they were a few years ago) half the time you say 'Ready' as your leaving they just stare at you. sometimes theyre not even paying attention. and then the one time you dont say 'ready' they bitch at you.  
     
    65. - pocket checks are pointless and ineffective anyway. someone will just put stuff in their backpockets if they really want to steal something. if anything, enforcing pocket checks makes people MORE inclined to steal.  
     
    66. - EVERY boxed item bigger than the size of a cd case an employee purchases is subject to being opened and inspected by LP & the CSA at the door. even if its factory strapped and sealed. whats worse: they expect YOU the puchaser to open it. if youre accusing me of stealing, you do the work. not me. a-holes. whats worse x2: now you have an open box item!  
     
    67. - during the summer, the AC switches off promptly at store close. take 2 hours getting sweaty TSR'ing in 90 plus degree room temp..... add the average Fry's employees poor hygiene... and you have a very bad mix of swass and b.o. waiting at the timeclock at the end of the night  
     
    68. - fixed scheduling on the sales floor FAILS. the guy with a good fixed schedule (nothing but mid shifts all week & weekend, slow days off) is going to consistanly make high numbers. the guy with the bad schedule (works the most closes, weekends off) is going to consistantly make low numbers. add a store manager who doesnt listen and a department manager so lazy he doesnt change the schedule unless someone quits or gets fired = a weekly schedule going months to up to a whole year before getting changed.  
     
    69. - you can bust your ass selling all day and fill up a whole page of commission. meanwhile a co-worker can magically be in the right spot at the right time and make more off one lucky sale than you did all day.
     
     
    Yep, typical day at Frys.
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      CommentAuthorSuzukiman
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    I'm glad i dont work there anymoreLooking for my head ............... yeah the eight valve one yeah ....
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      CommentAuthorasdf
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    You should work there as an sys admin.
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      CommentAuthormerzbow
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    Mr. Smith:  
     
    Nice list, but way too much time on your hands.
     
     
    to write these all out to compile a list maybe.... but these are all truths coming from a long time fry's sales associate.
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      CommentAuthorSuzukiman
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    I was going to be but something said no and I'm a sys admin at a better job instead.Looking for my head ............... yeah the eight valve one yeah ....
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      CommentAuthormerzbow
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    just added #70. can we stop quoting my original list plz? its stretching the page super rediculous. lulz  
     
    :face-smile:
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    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
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      CommentAuthorasdf
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    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
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      CommentAuthormerzbow
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    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
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      CommentAuthorSuzukiman
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    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.Looking for my head ............... yeah the eight valve one yeah ....
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      CommentAuthorasdf
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009
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    It should be in its own thread and it would probably be commented on daily.
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      CommentAuthorSuzukiman
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009
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    it went 4 times and asdf broke it oh well.Looking for my head ............... yeah the eight valve one yeah ....
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      CommentAuthorasdf
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009
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    Sorry too many people still work at frys.
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      CommentAuthorSuzukiman
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    what you didnt want to see 10+ quotes being quoted man your strange lol:face-monkey:Looking for my head ............... yeah the eight valve one yeah ....
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      CommentAuthorasdf
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    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
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      CommentAuthorSuzukiman
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    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.Looking for my head ............... yeah the eight valve one yeah ....
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      CommentAuthorasdf
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    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
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    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
     
    Thirded
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      CommentAuthorSuzukiman
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    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
    sweet inadvertantly malicious hacks that ultimatly shouldnt work.Looking for my head ............... yeah the eight valve one yeah ....
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      CommentAuthorasdf
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    SDCherryPicker:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
     
    Thirded
     
     
    Cherry picker you dont work at frys anymore?
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      CommentAuthorSuzukiman
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    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
    sweet inadvertantly malicious hacks that ultimatly shouldnt work.
     
     
    but it does create a redundant running history of the entire topic.Looking for my head ............... yeah the eight valve one yeah ....
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      CommentAuthorasdf
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009
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    Suzukiman:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
    sweet inadvertantly malicious hacks that ultimatly shouldnt work.
     
     
    but it does create a redundant running history of the entire topic.
     
     
    Quiet possibly there is now a fork.
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      CommentAuthormerzbow
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009
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    asdf:
    SDCherryPicker:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
     
    Thirded
     
     
    Cherry picker you dont work at frys anymore?
     
     
    keep it going guys. this will give me a reason to repost my list once i reach 100 reasons :3
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      CommentAuthorSuzukiman
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009
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    asdf:
    SDCherryPicker:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
     
    Thirded
     
     
    Cherry picker you dont work at frys anymore?
     
     
    well that is interesting quoting somthing while someone else is uploading makes for some potholes in the historyLooking for my head ............... yeah the eight valve one yeah ....
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      CommentAuthorasdf
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009
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    merzbow:
    asdf:
    SDCherryPicker:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
     
    Thirded
     
     
    Cherry picker you dont work at frys anymore?
     
     
    keep it going guys. this will give me a reason to repost my list once i reach 100 reasons :3
     
     
    As long as we are forking the bottom one everything is going to be alright.
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      CommentAuthorSuzukiman
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009
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    merzbow:
    asdf:
    SDCherryPicker:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
     
    Thirded
     
     
    Cherry picker you dont work at frys anymore?
     
     
    keep it going guys. this will give me a reason to repost my list once i reach 100 reasons :3
     
     
    ouch then each post will be 3 pages by itselfLooking for my head ............... yeah the eight valve one yeah ....
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      CommentAuthorasdf
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009
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    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    SDCherryPicker:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
     
    Thirded
     
     
    Cherry picker you dont work at frys anymore?
     
     
    keep it going guys. this will give me a reason to repost my list once i reach 100 reasons :3
     
     
    ouch then each post will be 3 pages by itself
     
     
    Whats the fork bomb trick in bash.
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      CommentAuthorSuzukiman
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009
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    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    SDCherryPicker:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
     
    Thirded
     
     
    Cherry picker you dont work at frys anymore?
     
     
    keep it going guys. this will give me a reason to repost my list once i reach 100 reasons :3
     
     
    ouch then each post will be 3 pages by itself
     
     
    Whats the fork bomb trick in bash.
     
     
    dont know never needed it but have no way of running it right now anyway. running winblowsLooking for my head ............... yeah the eight valve one yeah ....
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      CommentAuthorasdf
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009 edited
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    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    SDCherryPicker:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
     
    Thirded
     
     
    Cherry picker you dont work at frys anymore?
     
     
    keep it going guys. this will give me a reason to repost my list once i reach 100 reasons :3
     
     
    ouch then each post will be 3 pages by itself
     
     
    Whats the fork bomb trick in bash.
     
     
    dont know never needed it but have no way of running it right now anyway. running winblows
     
     
    x(){x|x&};x  
     
    aka  
     
    bomb() {  
    bomb | bomb &  
    }; bomb
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      CommentAuthorSuzukiman
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009
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    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    SDCherryPicker:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
     
    Thirded
     
     
    Cherry picker you dont work at frys anymore?
     
     
    keep it going guys. this will give me a reason to repost my list once i reach 100 reasons :3
     
     
    ouch then each post will be 3 pages by itself
     
     
    Whats the fork bomb trick in bash.
     
     
    dont know never needed it but have no way of running it right now anyway. running winblows
     
     
    x(){x|x&};x  
     
    aka  
     
    bomb() {  
    bomb | bomb &  
    }; bomb
     
     
    sweet i will have to try that once i get back to workLooking for my head ............... yeah the eight valve one yeah ....
    •  
      CommentAuthorasdf
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009
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    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    SDCherryPicker:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
     
    Thirded
     
     
    Cherry picker you dont work at frys anymore?
     
     
    keep it going guys. this will give me a reason to repost my list once i reach 100 reasons :3
     
     
    ouch then each post will be 3 pages by itself
     
     
    Whats the fork bomb trick in bash.
     
     
    dont know never needed it but have no way of running it right now anyway. running winblows
     
     
    x(){x|x&};x  
     
    aka  
     
    bomb() {  
    bomb | bomb &  
    }; bomb
     
     
    sweet i will have to try that once i get back to work
     
     
    Give me shell access.
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      CommentAuthorSuzukiman
    • CommentTimeJan 30th 2009 edited
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    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    SDCherryPicker:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    asdf:
    Suzukiman:
    merzbow:
    asdf:
    meinside100:
    Suzukiman: I'm glad i dont work there anymore
     
     
    SECONDED!!!!!!!
     
     
    How many times can this quote be quoted?
     
     
    probably by anyone who is an ex-employee.
     
     
    this is certainly interesting.
     
     
    This is certainly interesting.
     
     
    see i told you.
     
     
    Everyone. Together we can crash the sql server.
     
     
     
    Thirded
     
     
    Cherry picker you dont work at frys anymore?
     
     
    keep it going guys. this will give me a reason to repost my list once i reach 100 reasons :3
     
     
    ouch then each post will be 3 pages by itself
     
     
    Whats the fork bomb trick in bash.
     
     
    dont know never needed it but have no way of running it right now anyway. running winblows
     
     
    x(){x|x&};x  
     
    aka  
     
    bomb() {  
    bomb | bomb &  
    }; bomb
     
     
    sweet i will have to try that once i get back to work
     
     
    Give me shell access.
     
     
     
     
     
    win blows. need i say more.Looking for my head ............... yeah the eight valve one yeah ....