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2010-02-05 - 2:09 p.m.
Yesterday we had a film crew at work.
A group from a local college were doing the film as a senior thesis. It looked like a pretty professional set-up - several professional cameras, a make-up crew, lighting...the works.
The thing was, they wanted to film on the golf course after dark. And they planned on being there until past 1am. So the GM asked me to be there for the duration of the filming - the crew would pay for my presence.
So I agreed. I horse-traded for my birthday and did some work that I couldn't do while customers were there...or at least not as easily.
They even shared their barbecue with all the employees. How cool was that?
Anyway, I finally made it home about 130am. I fed the cats before they could eat my toes, did my rounds, and collapsed around 230.
This morning I awoke to the rain that had been hanging over everything for the last few days.
That's it. Nothing else happening, except for a game day tomorrow.
Have a good weekend, gang.
Be seeing you.
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