The Heron is growing rapidly, Before long he'll be big enough to poop like a man.
I get to work and see a blank statement form with my name and no one has any idea what it is, though one officer is kind enough to say he's prolly suing the company because his shift partner is an overt racist. I call bosses boss and she says she has no idea, so I call the boss. She says "You involved my boss so I need a statement for her." K_ refuses to speak or listen to me. She also refuses to switch places so I have to call boss and document it because I need to leave post to avoid urinating myself. My bosses boss calls to speak to K_, who suddenly reappears:
"It's for you."
"Who is it?'
"Whats she want?"
You fucking liar!"
This bodes well for the rest of the day. They have aa short conversation, and suddenly shes willing to switch and I tell her I already left, and not to worry boss and her boss know. She says "You tell (bosses boss) a lot of fucking shit don't you?" and storms out. I then get a call telling me we're no longer on fire watch (no one told me we were on one). I call bosses boss and explain things are not well adn she says "You know what? Go ahead and send that statement. And do one for today too." While I'm gone K_ abandons post twice to fetch client vehicles, which could have been avoided had she called me. 3 employees who arent present log out and end shift. Someone used the phone to watch Jackass 3.
A light switch upstairs blows when i click it, and due to inventory the doors I lock for access control get unlocked by client. I try to explain these things to K_, but she won't look at or speak to me, and storms off again. I needed to tell her to lock doors for her round. She returns and goes right to her car to smoke. Eventually I get to lock doors and return to "So you basically fucking lied on a company document?" I try to explain I tried to tell her earller and she yells over me "I ain't your fuckin' boss, I don't need to hear or speak to you!" She then storms out again and refuses to return till shift change or acknowledge my existence. For which I am truly thankful.