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Poll results: How quiet was your office today (Oct. 5)

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  • I didn't see a soul other than the cleaning lady this morning

    3 50.00%
  • No more than usual

    1 16.67%
  • Are you kidding!? The line runs out into the parking lot!

    2 33.33%
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Thread: Where Are The Residents?

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    Forums Administrator & Gallery Moderator NHPlanner's avatar
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    Where Are The Residents?

    Is it as quiet in your offices today (10/5) as it is mine??

    I'm alone in the office today...no secretaries, no department director...and had prepared for the day by getting all my important stuff out of the way earlier in the week...but nothing is happening today. 2 phone calls...4 people stopped in the office...

    I know it's a holiday weekend...but this is rediculous!

    Of course...I'll probably be inundated on Tuesday.

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    Cyburbia Administrator Dan's avatar
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    What holiday? I have to work on Monday, along with my colleagues in most every other city around here.

    Didn't word that Columbus Day is politically incorrect reach your nexk of the woods?
    Growth for growth's sake is the ideology of the cancer cell. -- Edward Abbey

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    Cyburbian Joe Iliff's avatar
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    Quiet, too quiet

    I think you are right on target. We are usually a very busy department with 15 to 17 new applications every two weeks. We've only gotten about 15 in the past month. And a lot fewer phone calls.
    I think everyone's just still in a mood from recent events.
    JOE ILIFF
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