Not Fraggle Rock. I used to watch that show when I younger.
I was limited to what was made available on netflix. I did learn something interesting though. Toby Fraud, (he played the baby in the Labyrinth movie)...his dad was film's conceptual designer and his mother a puppet builder for the movie. Apparently he made a short film of his own this year with Jim Henson's daughter financing it. It's called Lessons Learned. I'm wondering if it is any good. Also interesting... I had no idea but David Bowies face is hidden in several scenes of the labyrinth.
Yikes, how did I miss your reply. I swear Gaia never sent me a message.
I've had retail/cashier, stocking, and desk jobs. I don't blame you for leaving the call center. I've heard it described as soul draining (especially for the one's that take incoming calls) and I can believe it.
I liked worked as a merchandise stocker because it kept me fit, plus I didn't have to deal with customers as much. I know have a good desk but ended up gaining 20 lbs so I guess it's give and take.
Good luck on your job search. With the holidays looming I'm sure you could at least find another part time job to supplement your hours if full time jobs are hard to come by.
Yeah, I find it very disheartening. I can make 100,000 gold playing switch em' while I make 3000 with Booty Grab. I wonder if they are trying to phase out the fish/tanks sometimes. Why else would they not raise the price you get from the bg to match everything else on the site. The aquariums were one of my favorite aspects of the website....sigh. If you don't mind me asking where/what kind of store do you work at? I have a desk job at a small medical billing company and I can relate. I found out I made less than anyone else at the company and keep having more and more tasks thrust upon me. I'd say go for the pay increase, assuming your boss isn't one of those psychos who would fire you at the mere mention of a raise. Hawaii was good. I wish I was there now. We stayed at a rental property right on a remote beach. Definitely different that anything else I have experienced. We went shell combing/snorkeling, took a helicopter tour, visited a goat farm, toured a botanical garden, did an ATV tour. Lots of hiking, and swimming. We also visited the Haleakala which cool because it was 10,000 ft above sea level. Oh yeah, and attended a Luau. It was a blast. I would say, only go to Hawaii if you do not plan to come back. It's a shock to the system coming back home.