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More weirdness!

So, I'm gonna have to explain that one entry (the one about being stuck in Kansas, moving on to Utah, etc and so forth and such) in order to make this one make any sense. Wah.

In brief: A few weeks ago, my company (which deals with accounts (credit cards, mostly) that are part of bankruptcy cases) bought 42,000 accounts from, essentially, one of our competitors. Yeah, sounds weird to me, too. Moving on. These accounts are for bankrupt people all over this great country. And EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM needs to be researched for a couple of key pieces of information that we need in order to continue the process of making the accounts our very own, in the eyes of the bankruptcy courts. So, they've been dumped into the 11 queues (one for each bankruptcy court district) that are set up for just this kind of research. 11 of us got assigned one queue apiece, with the goal of getting through them ASAP without falling behind in our normal duties. Aha. Ahahahahahaha. Anyway.

I'd just gotten my previous queue (the one in the district consisting of New Mexico, Colorady, Wyoming, Kansas, Utah, and Oklahoma) down to just under 800 accounts (from the 1,800 it had been at the start). I was movin', I was groovin', all was well. Then the manager who's in charge of this whole project called me up and told me that, since it seemed like I had "more time to work on this than other people" (eh?), that he was switching my queue with one that had "a few more" in it. How many is a few, I asked?

Apparently, 4,600 is a few. I'd hate to see what a lot is.

Anywho, now I'm on the West Coast, dealing with Arizona, California, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. By the looks of things, I'll be spending a long time in Oregon (whee!) and Eastern California (boo! They aren't on the same system as damn near every other court in the country, which means that they'll be a pain in the rear to research, and there will be quite a few that I simply won't be able to do, because the information's simply not available). Woo!

Can you tell I love my job? Can you? Oy.

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nire
Jun. 1st, 2006 10:26 pm (UTC)
all you need is looooovvvvveeee....
...or sometimes just a really big stick. sorry for the work suckage. this is what you get for being competent. try acting more like kylie (but resist the urge to stab yourself). sadly, it's what they expect.
setauuta
Jun. 1st, 2006 10:45 pm (UTC)
Re: all you need is looooovvvvveeee....
Like Kylie? But, my dear friend, that's simply not possible. My brain won't let me be that ridiculous when people who aren't, well, family (chosen or blood) are around. I mean, I could try to write some White Wolf story arcs or something...and see, now my brain is effectively thwapping me with the Newspaper of WTF. I just can't do it.

How goes the work-craziness on your end? Are you flower-free now?
pict_shrink
Jun. 2nd, 2006 12:01 am (UTC)
See, that's what you get for being efficient and all that jazz... Damn, someone already said that. Whee, post-call wackiness! :)
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