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  • Different than your every day employee

    Hey there,

    I have a few questions. I am a CM hopeful but my situation I guess is unique to the other posts. My job would entail maintenance at DCA graveyard shift. I was wondering if anyone can tell me, although I might guess, if the high school drama is still there or if it is just a small crowd? How is the overall mood of the shift? ALso, are there any hot chicks?
    Last edited by ElectricAVE; 09-27-2006, 11:25 AM. Reason: wasnt finished

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    Re: Different than your every day employee

    The D in Disneyland stands for drama. And there are TWO Ds in Disneyland! All kidding aside every group has their drama kings and queens.

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      Re: Different than your every day employee

      When I worked for 3rd shift janitoral for DL in the 90's, most of the crew was older. There were a few younger guys, but many older guys.

      Also a few girls, but mostly males on 3rd shift. And the few females are also older as well.

      (When I say "older" I mean older then earliy 20's. But many were in 30's/40's range)

      There was some drama, but not so much, "Oh..so and so likes such and such". But the drama was mostly "Joe Sniffy sucks at cleaning bathrooms. He always takes too many shortcuts and it looks like crap when it's done." While Joe Sniff is complaining that the other guy takes too long and is too slow.


      If you are a young single guy looking to date other CM's, I would say stay away from Graves and work during the days. One of my biggest complaints I had working at graves was that I couldn't do a lot of the CM Parties like Mini's Moonlight Maddness (or whatever it's called) because they ran them while I was working.
      Jeff made me famous!
      From the Mouth of the Mouse.

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        Re: Different than your every day employee

        talk to Kelly!! ( uyeah thats her user name) she worked graveyard in DCA 2 years. she can tell you everything. send her a pm she loved working there!!!!

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        • #5
          Re: Different than your every day employee

          Well i got aa full offer hire today! I guess my 15min of fame as the newest member. Orientation later this month, start first week in Nov. See all you lovely ladies when the sun goes down

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          • #6
            Re: Different than your every day employee

            Be afraid ladies.
            ........

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