Holy cow. What a couple of months this has been. I know I haven`t posted in a while. Seems like job hunting takes up alot of time. The company I worked for, The Boeing aircraft Co. Wanted to sell its Wichita, Ks. division. In the processes of fucking over some of my friends, the union, and the city of Wichita, Ks. The "new" company really left a bad taste in my mouth. Not being the kind or type of person that likes a bad taste in their mouth, I was left with the choice to:
B.) Get a job somewhere else.
I chose B.
The real delicate part was getting laid off in the second round of cutbacks. I didn't want to just quit. I had 9 weeks of SUMMER TIME! severance pay I would be losing. So the mind games began. I couldn`t come right out and say I didn`t want the job. But managed to leave the impression with manangement that I really wasn't happy anymore. Either that or my bad attitude got me shit canned on the next round. Doesn't matter which is true, I got what I wanted. Hell I've had a bad attitude for years and it always seemed a benefit.
Now if I can just find a job before the end of August things will be sweet. I`m back in catia classes at WSU and looking for a little different line of work in the manufacturing field. Want a resume? Email me. Supervisory position or NC programming only for now. Wichita area(I would include Enid but don't deserve to live in such a fine city) day shift.
Had a great ride last Thursday. Was going to Sparks. But ended up heading North out of doodah. Had lunch with the infamous, Roady, in Mcpherson. Stopped at a bar in Salina. Realized he had never been to, "the lou" in Manhatten. had a beer there. Roady headed back home and I proceeded to get lost in the flint hills of NE Kansas. Ended up finding the kick start saloon in Topeka. I nice place I would recommend to anyone that doesn`t suck. Made it back home late that night but satsified. Headed to Sparks, probably, sometime between now and Sunday. Unemployment is a bitch, aint it?
I can't promise to keep this up much. Other things are more important and my free time, as strange as that might seem, is pretty damb short now that I'm not working.