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2 1/2 hours
By brianb22
5/13/2011 9:01:39 AM
I just wasted two hours at work. That turns my addiction into theft and dishonesty. A subtle way I could make restitution is comming in early and working for free. I just don't what I could do that would be productive. It would help if I worked in UI and could upload claims for everyone. I think I owe the Idaho Department of Labor about a weeks worth of wasted time. If I gave back 30 minutes a day, it would take 16 weeks or three months to make up for lost time. I could do that and live with clean concience.

Today, I need to concentrate on getting done what I don't want to do. I need to call all my participants and see what's up.

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Interesting thought    
"I don't even want to think of how much time I stole over the life of my addiction. I guess I can try not to steal more in the future."
posted at 23:21:10 on May 13, 2011 by dstanley


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