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My last job was as a fucking janitor! No, I didn't like it!! My previous job, if you can call it that, was voice acting in a couple of movies. That, I liked and hope to do more, soon!!114
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I am- was- a school bus driver. I enjoyed it; like most people who can appreciate the absurd, I like kids (you don't become a school bus driver if you don't, and if you try anyway, you don't last long). It's not a job that you make much money at, but I don't need much money, and the lower number of working hours meant I had more time to pursue my interests.
Then the governor decided it'd be better if my job didn't exist, and it all fell apart.
Aw very sweet! It sounded like fun. Why would they stop bus driving haha kids need a way to get to school
Well, they didn't when the schools were shut down. I had a lot of plans for Spring Break (since you don't drive when there's no school, I had the time off), but then Spring Break wound up lasting six months. And Illinois went Covid-crazy, and even NOW, almost two years in, most schools aren't operating at full capacity- and since most companies assign routes by seniority, and I was near the bottom, there simply wasn't any work for me.
Aw that is sad sorry :( what were your spring break plans?
My headphones are made by a company that has a "no questions asked" warranty; you send them the sets and money for a shipping, and they'll send you a new pair. And if you happened to live in the area, you could just drop them off with a check and they'd ship them back- best of all, if you gave them 24 hours notice, you could drop yours off and they'd have a new set WAITING for you. It was an amazing deal. The factory was in Milwaukee, about 90 minutes from me, and I was planning on making a day of it heading up there- and then everything was closed.