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A. Hieronymus Bosch

Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby A. Hieronymus Bosch » Sat Jun 20, 2015 7:29 am

I was originally going to put this in the random, off topic thread; but it turned into a bit of a rant-beast / venting session rather than the 'well, that's kind of odd' that I was going for, and it didn't really fit the 'is cool' description.

I didn't want to bring any of the feel-good threads down, so... new catharsis thread, basically.


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So, all this talk on Spoiler Warning has me wanting to watch Batman: The Animated Series again.

Well, I pull up Netflix, type 'Batman' into the search engine, and get my result.

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Yup. That's totally what I was looking for, Netflix. Truly thou' art a bastion of knowledge regarding your userbase when freaking Batman gets you (what I assume is) soft-core porn, and only soft-core porn!

But fine, whatever. Maybe I need to be a bit more specific.

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You don't have Batman.

....

You don't have Batman.

Why do I have this service, again?

This must be the thirtieth item I've searched for in the past four months that hasn't been available to stream. They didn't have Edge of Tomorrow / Live, Die, Repeat / Guess Which Scenes Were Filmed Prior to Tom Cruise Being Divorced. They didn't have John Wick. They didn't have THE LEGO MOVIE. They didn't have Sunshine, for crying out loud! And they sure as Hell didn't have SWAT Cats or Gargoyles!

But no, Netflix. Keep on getting more porn and making your freaking "original" series.
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Re: Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby Trix2000 » Sat Jun 20, 2015 11:37 pm

The problem with Netflix that I've had (and its not entirely their fault I think) is that anything really worth watching isn't likely to be there (aside from maybe their own series). The reason I suspect is that producers that get a good series on their hands are more likely to keep it away from a service like Netflix, where viewing is not individually paid for. But all the B and C stuff ends up going there instead because otherwise they don't earn as much anyways.

Least that's how I think it works. In any case the main reason I don't have Netflix at current is because they don't have any of the good stuff I want to watch.
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Re: Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby Thomas » Sun Jun 21, 2015 12:27 am

I was surprised to learn shows on Netflix get paid block sums instead of sharing out the profits on a per view basis. It means you aren't even really rewarded by putting your best stuff on there, it's just about negotiating power
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Supahewok

Re: Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby Supahewok » Thu Jun 25, 2015 3:51 am

I've given up trying to get a job bartending for the summer. Nobody wants to hire just for the summer. So I've gone crawling back to the lifeguard company I've worked for every summer since 2010.

Always, always, always, for the first day I spend outdoors of the summer, I figure "Oh, I'll be in shade or underwater most of the time, I don't really need sunscreen."

And always, always, always, I'm terribly wrong. So yeah, sunburn. At least the memory will ensure that I never neglect again. At least until next summer comes around...
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Lachlan the Mad
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Re: Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby Lachlan the Mad » Thu Jun 25, 2015 6:26 am

So for those who don't know, I have recently been grappling with (a) moving out of the parents' place, and (b) an inability to find graduate employment. As is typical for people in such a scenario, my personal grooming and fitness have fallen a little by the wayside. Perhaps the best way to describe my appearance as of yesterday morning would be that if I were transported back in time to 1969, the hippies of Woodstock would have fled in terror from the hairy viking who had appeared in their midst.

So the picture you need to have in your mind is of a pudgy hairy viking, wearing ratty jeans and a National Science Week 2012 T-shirt, walking into an army recruitment office.

See, about a week ago, my geoscience-focused Seek search turned up a Geospatial Technician position in the army. The advertisement sounded great; I've done a few university courses in geospatial tech, but the army job only required Year 12 qualifications and on-the-job training, which is good because the university courses in geospatial tech were awful and I had already forgotten everything from them. A combination of misplaced enthusiasm and desire to fulfil the completely unreasonable requirements of my unemployment benefits lulled me into a false sense of security, thinking that this was a desk job. My dad once warned me that there were no desk jobs in the army, but he was only there for a couple of years in the 80's, and my girlfriend's dad works in a desk job for the navy; maybe things have changed. Besides, you can pull pretty much all of the geospatial data in the world off Google Earth. How hard could it be?

Now fast forward to the recruitment session. The first thing that was apparent was that the people there represented a full cross-section of army recruitment; that is to say, there were a lot of guys trying out for commando and rifleman positions and not a lot of nerds hoping for a job sitting at a desk sending Google Earth data to the sappers. The second thing which struck me at the initial briefing was that, even if I did a year's worth of gym before attempting them, I could not meet the minimum fitness requirements for basic training, which were based on explosive work like sprinting and push-ups -- never my strong suit even when I have been fit. The third thing which struck me was that my girlfriend's dad only got his desk job after more than a decade of active service. I was not confident.

I felt a little better after acing the basic aptitude tests (ah, basic spatial logic, you are a rubbish method of selection, but as long as I remain excellent at you I won't complain). All that was left was the interviews with the nurse and the careers counsellor. I just had to wait.

And wait.

And wait.

And waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiiiit.

Now, I am not good at waiting at the best of times, and these were not the best of times. I was very nervous about the physical requirements of the position, my car was parked in a 1-hour ticketed zone opposite the parking inspectors' headquarters so I had to keep running out to check on it, I was leaving for Brisbane the next morning and hadn't started packing yet, and I didn't bring a book. To make matters worse, whatever method the recruitment centre used to sort through the applicants left me last on the list.

I sat in the waiting room for four hours.

Four. Hours.

Oh yes, and the nurse's interview confirmed in my mind that I do not meet the health requirements to join the army (in brief; massive spinal fusion, low blood pressure, vestigial acne from teenage years plus a hideous allergy to the most common and effective class of acne meds).

So come the interview with the careers counsellor (who was, I should point out, an Air Force officer in full uniform), I was not a happy pudgy hairy viking. I made several boneheaded mistakes, like admitting that I was horribly unfit and staring in bafflement when he asked me what my year 12 school results were like (I have an Honours degree, who still remembers their year 12 results after an Honours degree?). Oh, and there was this gem:

ME: The TV in the waiting room said something about Environmental Officer positions. I could do that.

COUNSELLOR: That's a strict position, it requires a three-year degree in environmental health.

ME: I have a four-year degree in earth sciences.

COUNSELLOR: We really need that environmental health degree.

ME: I also looked into health stuff as part of my Honours thesis. What even is environmental health degree? That isn't offered by any university that I know of.

COUNSELLOR: We particularly look for stuff like water quality, air quality...

ME: I have work experience in water quality...

COUNSELLOR: Do you have a degree?

ME: <angry pudgy hairy viking noises>

And that is the story of how I probably ended up on a terrorism watchlist.
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Re: Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby Vulture » Thu Jun 25, 2015 9:19 am

Lachlan the Mad wrote: (in brief; massive spinal fusion, low blood pressure, vestigial acne from teenage years plus a hideous allergy to the most common and effective class of acne meds).


Picking up on the least important or relevant part of your post - have you tried starflower oil capsules (also known as borrage oil in some places) for acne? I few people I know have now tried it after years of trying all kinds of crap and getting no improvement in their skin, who now swear by it for skin problems.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled "hairy biker joining the army" rant ;)
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Postby 4th Dimension » Thu Jun 25, 2015 9:37 pm

If it was a Navy position I think you might have been able to squeek by the physical part, if you can complete tasks a "normal" healty individual can. Navy doesn't really need you to be able to haul your own body weight for hours on a march. The ongest you are likely to walk in Navy is the length of the ship. In the army on the other hand they do need to be quite sure that their personell could walk, march, out of the unlikely situations and thus more stringent physical requiremnts. An another way to look at it is to say that the army runs on the blood and swat of it's solders and support staff, and the navy runs on the skill of their techies that are necessary to use and mantain all the gizmos a ship has, and lot of the work is desk work.

On the other hand I have no expirience with this other than stories, and this doesn't apply for the sections of respective branches that emulate the competing branches.
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Re: Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby krellen » Thu Jun 25, 2015 9:49 pm

I ended up having to do twice as much work today as I thought I was going to be doing when I left the house. Screw you, employee-that-actually-gets-sick-leave.
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Re: Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby Steve C » Fri Jun 26, 2015 7:01 pm

Acne can disqualify you for the army?
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Postby Supahewok » Sat Jun 27, 2015 1:53 am

Steve C wrote:Acne can disqualify you for the army?


Yup. Moderate to severe cases of acne can cause chafing when wearing rough army equipment for long periods of time. When on long deployments in hostile zones, open wounds can lead to infections, along with hinder your ability to march or move quickly. On the face, it can get in the way of gas masks, which at least in the US everyone has to be capable of using.

Even the US military is downsizing these days. They can afford to be picky.

Hmm, somewhat related anecdote: I've been told by my father that one of my great uncles had this... testicular condition. They hung down to his knees. When WW2 came around, he got called up in the draft. Of course, in those days they had everyone strip naked in a common room for medical examinations. The other men on the bench kept looking at his crotch in bewilderment. When he got up to the doctor, the doctor's eyes grew wide and he asked, "Don't those get in the way of you walking?"

"Oh yes, they chafe horribly" my great-uncle said. "I always wear baggy pants to try to make up for it."

"Well," the doctor pursed his lips. "If you can't walk, you can't march. You can't march, you can't be in the military." Graded him F of some sort and showed him the door.

My great-uncle's balls were literally too big for the Army to handle.
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Postby A. Hieronymus Bosch » Wed Jul 01, 2015 6:21 am

I was playing a game the other day, and everything froze and a sound I can only describe as 'unholy' blared from my headphones. The screen went to black, I hard reset the machine, and I received a blue-screen on boot.

After a bit of messing around in safe mode (and figuring out how to read minidump files -- because, you know, it would make way too much sense to be able to read that shit natively), it appears as if my video card decided it was tired of living, to a degree.

If I disable the card / drivers via the Device Manager, I can boot and be stuck with generic pnp nonsense and some really weird issues rendering red colors. If I don't (I reinstalled / tried new drivers), I get the same error message (something involving nvlddmkm.sys and dxgkrnl.sys).

So yeah. That's especially fun since I don't have the funds available to replace my current card with anything worth a damn.
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Postby 4th Dimension » Sun Jul 05, 2015 2:46 pm

So got a new flightstick. Spent the last few days fooling around with it, and did no work. FUCK. Also this presents me with a problem. I have too many thaings I want/need to do. I have two work related projects AND I want to finish Nexus Jupiter Incident, start playing Witcher 3 while it's still fresh in people's memory, fool around in sims, play World of Warships which just came out and give out torpedos like candy AND maybe do some Robocraft. And maybe potentially find some time to hit the beach for 30min AND maybe sleep. I think sleep is optional.
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Postby Steve C » Wed Jul 15, 2015 5:25 am

In response to this post from the "Things that made you happy today (are cool)":
Narratorway wrote:I got new glasses!

...

Bear in mind I haven't had to get new specs for...I'm pretty sure it's been over ten years.

I also got new glasses recently. I haven't had new glasses in 15 years. I really hate them. At least they were ridiculously overpriced so there's that. :-/
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Re: Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby McNutcase » Wed Jul 15, 2015 7:35 am

Steve C wrote:In response to this post from the "Things that made you happy today (are cool)":
Narratorway wrote:I got new glasses!

...

Bear in mind I haven't had to get new specs for...I'm pretty sure it's been over ten years.

I also got new glasses recently. I haven't had new glasses in 15 years. I really hate them. At least they were ridiculously overpriced so there's that. :-/

If I went anywhere other than online for glasses, I'd be spending north of $350 for a pair. As it is, the $120 these ran me online was a smoking deal. Thirteen bucks for the frames, and all the rest is lenses; nine dioptres is a LOT of correction, and the super-mega-high-index plastic is NOT CHEAP.

And man, do I resent having to spend that much money merely to be able to function at the baseline level of society.
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Lachlan the Mad
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Re: Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby Lachlan the Mad » Wed Jul 15, 2015 9:17 am

Here's a thing which made me mildly annoyed today; I discovered a realistic point in the D&D 3.5 economy when I really, really didn't want one. This is more of a tabletop games thing, but who ever checks that forum, right? :P

So I'm designing an encounter for 3.5 where two implacable undead guards are still defending a throne which has laid empty for centuries. This dungeon is being built for an average party level of 9-10. A look through the d20 SRD turns up the Bodak as a likely candidate; it's a medium undead outsider with a CR of 8, giving an encounter with two of them EL 10, and the limited flavour text of the SRD says that "Bodaks are the undead remnants of humanoids who have been destroyed by the touch of absolute evil." Niiice. But the Bodak art doesn't get across the message that this is a guard. Then a thought occurs; what better way would there be for an arrogant necromancer to show off his command of the undead than by taking these powerful undead and giving them incredibly ornate armour and weapons? And while we're on that subject, why not give one of the bodaks adamantine armour & weapon, and the other mithral armour & weapon, so you have a black knight/white knight thing going on? Seems like the exact sort of thing an arrogant necromancer would get up to.

Now, my party is incredibly loot-minded; they have been known to steal thousand-year-old Elven tapestries from a sacred tomb and flog them on the black market. So of course I have to calculate the GP value of these armour and weap... HOLY CRAP.

Adamantine fullplate: 16,500gp
Mithral fullplate: 10,500gp
Adamantine glaive: 3,008gp
Mithral glaive: 2,508gp (RAW it costs 5008gp, because mithral weapons are costed per pound, but because a glaive has a metal head and a wooden handle, I'm halving its weight for this calculation)

Total: 32,516gp

Now, for the record, the expected treasure from an EL 10 encounter is 5,800gp. In other words, these monsters have more than six times as much treasure as they should have. Granted, there are several treasureless encounters in this dungeon (there's an imp who lives there who has the habit of collecting magic items, so the majority of the dungeon's treasure is hidden in his hoard), but that is a ridiculous amount of money to be concentrated in a single encounter, particularly as the party only has one character who even wears fullplate (and I'm pretty sure that he already has a magical suit, so a masterwork suit would be of minimal use unless he takes up a sideline in enchanting).

The thing which really annoys me is that this is probably realistic. In mediaeval times, fullplate armour was ludicrously expensive, because it had to be custom-fitted to its wearer. Maybe not worth three times its weight in gold, but definitely a lot. Combined with semimagical fantastical materials, yeah, those things would probably really be worth that sort of thing. That said, when these suits of masterwork but nonmagical plate are worth more than certain powerful magic items, there is something messed up about your economy.

Maybe I should put these guys in scale mail instead...
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Re: Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby Daemian Lucifer » Wed Jul 15, 2015 9:33 am

McNutcase wrote:nine dioptres is a LOT of correction


9?And here I thought I was the worst with 8.

Lachlan the Mad wrote:Maybe I should put these guys in scale mail instead...


Or put them in regular steel that was painted differently.Or better,enchanted to look like something more precious(which is also a nice way to stick it to the man,I mean the players).
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Lachlan the Mad
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Re: Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby Lachlan the Mad » Wed Jul 15, 2015 9:36 am

Daemian Lucifer wrote:
Lachlan the Mad wrote:Maybe I should put these guys in scale mail instead...


Or put them in regular steel that was painted differently.Or better,enchanted to look like something more precious(which is also a nice way to stick it to the man,I mean the players).

Nystul's Magic Aura is a beautiful spell...
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Postby Daemian Lucifer » Wed Jul 15, 2015 1:56 pm

4th Dimension wrote:This is also relevant to our recuring DRM discussions.
Ross of Freeman's Mind series is reviewing old and forgotten games that he liked, and in newest video he reviewed Battleforge an PvE PvP Online RTS that EA basically murdered. He is quite irked by that behaviour.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmvcJuBOaQE


This made me unhappy.Thank you for ruining my day.And I just cant help but reflect on people looking at what bbc did to doctor who back in the day and going "Man,those people were colossal douchebags and short sited idiots!Thank god we arent like that.".But the sad truth is that we are.We are even worse,because those guys had to think about the cost of permanent storage for all those video tapes.I just cant help but imagine some poor guy 50 years from now just learning of all these old games,and lacking any way to even try them out.I at least got to listen to those missing who episodes.That poor guy wont even have that.
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Postby Supahewok » Wed Jul 15, 2015 3:43 pm

Lachlan the Mad wrote:Maybe I should put these guys in scale mail instead...


I dunno. Given that those things have been in the tomb for (presumably) a long-ass time, my judgement call would be to make the armor degraded. Rusted, crumpled, leather straps rotted, maybe got some sort of weird mold growing. The color should still come through, but only just, and I'd have the players pass an investigate check to successfully determine the material. They'd have to sell it for what the raw materials are worth because the armor is so far gone that its more economical for a blacksmith to melt it down and reforge it rather than try to repair it.

I'd knock a point of AC off of the Bodaks so that it isn't cheating.

Just my two cents anyhow. Nystul's Magic Aura doesn't really work for a lost tomb unless there's a bored lich somewhere, as it has a duration of 1day/level, and if the original enchanter had the means to make that spell permanent, then they had the means to just enchant it.
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Postby McNutcase » Wed Jul 15, 2015 6:34 pm

Daemian Lucifer wrote:
McNutcase wrote:nine dioptres is a LOT of correction


9?And here I thought I was the worst with 8.

And note, that's just the sphere. I also have at least a +1 of astigmatism in each eye, which makes for even more expense.

It can be at least partially blamed on a bogus hypothesis that was current when I was a kid. Back in the 80s, it was widely believed that vision problems in children should be undercorrected, to "train" their eyes to compensate. Both my older sister and I fell victim to this, and need glasses that even with tiny lenses and ultra-high index lens material, are heavy and expensive. My younger sister got started wearing glasses after they stopped doing that, and her eyes are far less screwed up.
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Postby Supahewok » Fri Jul 17, 2015 4:47 am

New phone! Which means a pain in my ass to transfer the data over. Because for some reason, (I guess because we switched providers?) the new phones were mailed to us, we had to handle our own data transfer, and then we had to mail the old phones back to the old provider. Instead of just coming into a physical store, taking 2 minutes for the employees to mess with the SIM cards, and walking out. (I used to have a Galaxy S3, now I have a Galaxy S5, so I'm pretty sure they use the same SIM card format. But I don't know too terribly much about phone hardware, so there's probably a technical reason why the transfer can't be as easy this time as when my old, not-smart cell phone was transferred into my old smart phone. I guess.)

The short version of the story is that although I worked out how to transfer everything else, Chrome was being an asshole about my mobile bookmarks. Somehow Crome syncing got turned off over a year ago and nothing I've tried since has ever gotten it to turn back on, and you MUST use Google Sync to transform bookmarks. There is no option to export as an HTML file. I even tried to do it with a couple of bookmark managing apps, and they both... well, they didn't get the job done.

Eventually, I sighed and rolled up my sleeves. I went through each bookmark on my phone, googled them up on my computer, and then saved the web page on my computer. Horribly inefficient, but brute force was what I'd been reduced to. Took me a couple hours to sort through them all.

At least I took away a lesson. I've got my phone synced to Google properly and within a couple of months I'm going to take a day to organize my... 965 bookmarks. A number which I'm sure will be monstrously large to some and laughably minuscule to others.
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Re: Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby grahams_xwing » Mon Jul 20, 2015 12:48 pm

McNutcase wrote:
Daemian Lucifer wrote:
McNutcase wrote:nine dioptres is a LOT of correction


9?And here I thought I was the worst with 8.

And note, that's just the sphere. I also have at least a +1 of astigmatism in each eye, which makes for even more expense.

It can be at least partially blamed on a bogus hypothesis that was current when I was a kid. Back in the 80s, it was widely believed that vision problems in children should be undercorrected, to "train" their eyes to compensate. Both my older sister and I fell victim to this, and need glasses that even with tiny lenses and ultra-high index lens material, are heavy and expensive. My younger sister got started wearing glasses after they stopped doing that, and her eyes are far less screwed up.


my right eye is a measly 7.5, annoying as it's a tiny smidge the wrong side of the strongest contact lens that my optician is able to provide, rendering it useless for weekday work use, after a couple of hours im leaning toward the screen to focus on text. I also have astigmatism and so I can't even get it lasered (as far as I'm aware)
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Re: Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby Steve C » Wed Jul 22, 2015 2:36 am

The guy who promised to fix my mailbox he destroyed did not make good. I had to fix it myself. My optimism and trust in my fellow man has been betrayed and eroded. Not cool.
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Re: Things that made you unhappy today (aren't cool)

Postby 4th Dimension » Wed Jul 22, 2015 6:48 pm

Drove by the only remaining place that I think shows movies and their noticeboard had nothing on it, sooo I think that means no Ant-Mans for good old 4th Dimension untill it comes out on DVD so I can torr, I mean LEGITIMATELLY BUY IT from a nonexisting store.

Anyway, what I really wanted to rant/complain about here is what I found out today. You see I have the great pleasure/missfortune of working in Education, and that means we are being monitored by our country's ministry of Education and Sport (Yes Education & Sport. Not Education & Science, Science has escaped to another ministry), so they can find ways to do more with less most often by putting even more burdens on teachers.

Anyway during may they sent the school an email telling us to full out an online form where we would detail how many pupul groups and pupils we plan on having next year, how many teachers and what are their subjects and what will each of them teach and how much and so on and on. And they gave us a deadline of 30th of June. Verry nice of them, only problem is half of that we won't know untill the end of June when teachers divide by themselves who will teach what. Also the contest* and the actuall enrollment of students into the first grade doesn't end untill the end of june. Most importantly we can give rough estimates of how many students we will have considering that exams for the students who failed certain subjects is in august so we don't know who will fail untill then. So we/I sweep it under the rug thinking we'll do this later. And of course I forget about it. And on 30th of June we all go on our collective paid vacation** untill august.
Well today I open up the school's official email provided by the ministry*** to check upon something to help a colegue of mine who is working on some tender, and I find an email sent on 20th of july warning us, while we are on vacation, that we need to fill out that form by ... drumroll please ... 21st. Of july.

What do they think we do on our vacations. Obsessively compulsivly check our work emails? Sure I forgot to remind people this was a thing (I did tell the people in charge about it back in the may) but if something is not done, and people are on vacation, you don't simply drop them an email about a 24h deadline. You probably knew we havent done this earlier so you bloody should call us.

Anyway notified my superior so let's see what happens, or if he responds. He might not even be in the country.

* I don't know how to translate this properly. We make an announcement that we will be accepting N amount of students into one of our vocational courses. Students who finished elementary school (8-9 grades) and want to study in our school come to us to apply and bring their grades from last couple of grades + final exam. Then we select N best students according to their grades accomplishments in elementary school, and they then have the right to actually enroll.
** Those 20 paid days of vacation all workers are eligble by law that also by law we can only spend in july.
*** We have our own that is used for 90% of our corespodence, that is on all our flyers and stuff but of course since the ministry got an Outlook.com email server for free they want to make sure everyone uses email adresses provided by them. Even though most of the time they aren't as elegant as our own.

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