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Topic: OT- Re: +Office Vultures ... (3 msgs / 71 lines)
1) From: Mike Chester
DISGUSTING ALERT!!!
 The following story is disgusting and if you are sensitive to that sort of 
thing, please don't read any further.
Where I used to work, people dealt with food theft in unkind ways.  When I 
first started there, a guy was stealing another guy's lunch every day and 
eating it. Finally he had enough and made a "special" sandwich for the 
thief.  He carefully toasted the bread and spread a filling of dog droppings 
between the slices.  As usual, the thief stole the lunch, but when he bit 
into it, he got sick and ran down the aisle making retching sounds.
Another time, a group of guys had a doughnut club.  They would take turns 
bringing in doughnuts for the group.  A non member regularly waited until no 
one was around a stole a doughnut.  One day, the group had enough, they 
warned all of the club members and filled a jelly doughnut with the ink that 
machinists use to mark parts.  ( I can't remember the proper name for this 
ink - For some reason, Prussian Blue is stuck in my head, but I can't 
remember if that is what it is called.  Senior moment)  Anyway, to get back 
to the story, the guy got a mouth full of this ink which ran down his chin 
and made a stain that would not wash off and left a taste in his mouth that 
would not go away.  He tried to file a formal complaint and get the group in 
trouble, but fortunately the boss basically said that he got what he 
deserved.  The boss, did however, tell the group that they had gone too far 
and not to do something like that again.
There were other "punishments" for different offenses, like when someone 
drilled and tapped a hole in the side of an offenders toolbox, installed a 
zerk fitting and pumped 5 gallons of grease into the tool box. Another time, 
they picked up a guy's toolbox with a hi-lo and welded it to a column 15 
feet off the ground.  Fish or skunk scent were put into toolboxes over long 
summer weekends resulting in unbelievable smells.
I could go on, but you get the idea.  Actually, it was not that bad a group 
to work with, and we actually did do some work, sometimes.
Mike Chester

2) From: TERRY TITSWORTH
Sounds where I use to work many, many years ago...right down to the grease
fitting...
On 4/18/07, Mike Chester  wrote:
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Start HOT and work your way Down...
Peppers AND Coffee.
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(I'm the tall guy in the middle)

3) From: stereoplegic
Eddie,
i like Alchemist's habanero (but covered in coffee, not chocolate) idea, 
though i might put it in a different thermos than you normally use.
mchet96 wrote:
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