[windows2000] Re: OT: Work romances (Was: Messenger service reverts to manual startup)

  • From: "Sorin Srbu" <Sorin.Srbu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 13:39:41 +0200

On Wed, 27 Oct 2004 06:52:01 -0400, Joanne Determann wrote:

>I met my husband at work ,too. He was the guy at one of the remote
>plants that I talked through troubleshooting. For two years it was the
>red wire not the BLACK wire , and reboot the router (he: What's a
>router?) It was a great way to meet , communicating in stressful
>situations right off the bat. 

Yepp, it shows you and the counter-part at the worst. If you can
stand it there and then, better get the other one hooked, and fast!
8-)

>As soon as we knew it was more than just a
>work relationship we exchanged private email addresses. I read an
>article recently in an IT security mag about romance being one of the
>big time/bandwidth wasters in the workplace. (Didn't say great NG with
>interesting topics) It sure made me want to go to work!

<grin>

>And it certainly was a test of my integrity. The guy I replaced would
>read girl's e-mails. And not once was I even  tempted to snoop through
>my love's temp internet files. Ha!

Personally I take pride in *not* peeping around for priovacy
reasons, even though as the domain admin I can if I wanted to. I do
however sweep the user- and profile folders for non-work related
jpeg's, avi's, mpeg's, mov's, iso's, cue's, exe's and big zips,
which all are signs of files that might not be entirely
workrelated, and as such take up unnecessary hd-space. We're not
cramped at the moment, and don't run any quotas (because of
politics), but it's a good idea not to let things creep up on you
eventually...

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Sorin Srbu [mailto:Sorin.Srbu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
>Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 2004 3:46 AM
>To: windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [windows2000] OT: Work romances (Was: Messenger service reverts
>to manual startup)
>
>On Fri, 22 Oct 2004 13:16:39 -0400, Ray at work wrote:
>
>>My not-yet-wife and I met at work and still work together.  And we
>actually
>>work together!  She's the web designer; I'm the web programmer.  I won
>her
>>over via the net send.  :]
>
>It's a sign-o'-the-times. 8-)
>
>I let my to-be wife, know she'd come to my attention in a web-mail,
>and then subsequently asked for a date, also using the former
>crappy webmail-gui. Bad programming on that webmail site, nearly
>ruined the whole thing, but thx to HP (specifically a laserjet
>printer), she was able to print out the mail instead.
>
>We're now happily married and the second anniversary is coming up
>in less than a month. 8-) Oh, and we got married in vegas while I
>was attending the 2002 comdex show. 8-)
>
>One thing to keep in mind (at least from my personal experience and
>close friends's and colleaugues's) is to try to choose a partner
>from an entirely different field. Like I'm in IT and natural
>sciences and my wife is a theologist and into the philosophical
>field. Her closest (girl)friend is also some kind of litterature
>artsy-this-or-that-something and her boyfriend is more or less in
>the same area as me, ie IT. Most of the other relationships I know
>of that were same-niche-relationshsips have either crashed utterly
>or have only been temporary. I'm not quite sure why this tends to
>be the case. Maybe some kind of competition when in the same field,
>and which will eventually result in a sitaution which is "doomed"?
>Oh, well, enough ranting... 8-)


BW,

Sorin

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