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Today 06:55 AM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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Your point is well taken.

The reality is that most posters on this board find their professional life at Merck utterly pointless. Many suggest that they are either just fine with it or simply need somebody else to be held accountable for their situation. However, their perpetual whining indicates that they are not fine, let alone happy nor are they able to do much about it. If they could they would not remain in their pointless professional life and post on these boards their complaints. Even those that come here to brag about how great it is to be screwing this wretched company are not content with their situation. If they actually were they would be off actually living their lives and enjoying themselves.

So, what does that say about me? I have absolutely no regard for Merck but still have friends that are dissatisfied, disgusted and stuck, yet they do not participate on these useless boards. I left because I simply elected to do so. Now, I stop by from time to time to simply get a not so healthy dose of Schadenfreude. This particular board is really great for that. Always has been and always will. Let the insults begin.
I am one of those screwing Merck royally, every chance I get. I am giving them about 10% of the effort I gave them five years ago. I bought a nice local business and I spend most of my time and energy there. It's been the most gratifying thing I've done in many years. I was indeed miserable as a Merck employee when that was all that I was. Now, however, I LOVE my Merck job! It's liberating to absolutely not care one single bit about your sales, what your CTL thinks, what your ass-kissing coworkers think, etc. None of that matters anymore. Just keep sending those free checks, Mother!

By the way, this board is GREAT. So many of us have come to light on this board. It's wonderful to see so many of us sticking it to Mother. This five minutes of my week always makes me smile
Yesterday 05:13 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

Here.here! Well said.
Yesterday 02:19 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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No point really just pointing out hypocrisy. It seems you have only traded one pointless treadmill for another. You claim your job is pointless so why do it? Then you mostly do nothing ( all the bluster about having " other income" aside) it just all seems so pointless. Merck doesn't miss you if you don't show up, customers certainly don't miss you, how about your family? Do they miss you if you stop showing up? You are right. The point is there IS NO point. All you do appears pointless. That's the point.
Your point is well taken.

The reality is that most posters on this board find their professional life at Merck utterly pointless. Many suggest that they are either just fine with it or simply need somebody else to be held accountable for their situation. However, their perpetual whining indicates that they are not fine, let alone happy nor are they able to do much about it. If they could they would not remain in their pointless professional life and post on these boards their complaints. Even those that come here to brag about how great it is to be screwing this wretched company are not content with their situation. If they actually were they would be off actually living their lives and enjoying themselves.

So, what does that say about me? I have absolutely no regard for Merck but still have friends that are dissatisfied, disgusted and stuck, yet they do not participate on these useless boards. I left because I simply elected to do so. Now, I stop by from time to time to simply get a not so healthy dose of Schadenfreude. This particular board is really great for that. Always has been and always will. Let the insults begin.
Yesterday 11:25 AM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

No point really just pointing out hypocrisy. It seems you have only traded one pointless treadmill for another. You claim your job is pointless so why do it? Then you mostly do nothing ( all the bluster about having " other income" aside) it just all seems so pointless. Merck doesn't miss you if you don't show up, customers certainly don't miss you, how about your family? Do they miss you if you stop showing up? You are right. The point is there IS NO point. All you do appears pointless. That's the point.
Yesterday 10:05 AM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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Here we see the dichotomy of the Merck 15er water cooler complainer. They go on ad nauseam about how bad things are at Merck,management bullying, layoffs, " toxic culture" then when they get called out on it they point to the free car, and 401k. Merck is the only place that has those? Just be honest and admit that you are too lazy and lack the skills to make you upwardly mobile. Merck rep is an entry level job, but for many it becomes the destination. Industry surveys have consistently rated the compensation at Merck as median and bonuses as below average. Yet these stay on, wallowing in complaints.
These are the same people who constantly tell us that sales numbers don't matter, so much so that they feel entitled to stop even showing up anymore, the turn right around and brag about their sales numbers and all the awards they have won and what great salespeople they are.
And, your point?
Yesterday 09:12 AM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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Stuck with a free car, great health benefits, work from home, 401k match, a pension and other various perks and all the while making my own hours with the exception of one CTL field visit a month. Not bad for being stuck as you say.
Here we see the dichotomy of the Merck 15er water cooler complainer. They go on ad nauseam about how bad things are at Merck,management bullying, layoffs, " toxic culture" then when they get called out on it they point to the free car, and 401k. Merck is the only place that has those? Just be honest and admit that you are too lazy and lack the skills to make you upwardly mobile. Merck rep is an entry level job, but for many it becomes the destination. Industry surveys have consistently rated the compensation at Merck as median and bonuses as below average. Yet these stay on, wallowing in complaints.
These are the same people who constantly tell us that sales numbers don't matter, so much so that they feel entitled to stop even showing up anymore, the turn right around and brag about their sales numbers and all the awards they have won and what great salespeople they are.
Yesterday 07:44 AM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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You forgot to mention the entire other income from the job I work on Merck's time. I'm now at the point where whenever I do anything for Merck, I think of IT as the side job! I just hope it lasts a little while longer--I'm killing it here! I think Merck will cut another big chunk of us at year's end, though. The sleep drug will be a sleeper, Januvia is sliding (and sliding towards generic status) and everything else of value is almost gone for good. If you're the last one, remember to turn out the lights as you leave.

FU Merck.
You are absolutely right. I did forget to mention my other job because I was so busy trying to point out what I was so called stuck with at Merck. I don't consider my other income stream a job, I consider that my passion and golden bonus.

Great analysis on the state of Merck. I know my time may be limited at Merck moving forward but I am taking as much as I can on the way out. Best of luck to you. At least you are not blind or naive as some of these ignorant haters on this thread. You definitely get it.

FU Merck
Yesterday 07:11 AM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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Stuck with a free car, great health benefits, work from home, 401k match, a pension and other various perks and all the while making my own hours with the exception of one CTL field visit a month. Not bad for being stuck as you say.
You forgot to mention the entire other income from the job I work on Merck's time. I'm now at the point where whenever I do anything for Merck, I think of IT as the side job! I just hope it lasts a little while longer--I'm killing it here! I think Merck will cut another big chunk of us at year's end, though. The sleep drug will be a sleeper, Januvia is sliding (and sliding towards generic status) and everything else of value is almost gone for good. If you're the last one, remember to turn out the lights as you leave.

FU Merck.
01-28-2015 11:12 PM
Anonymous
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Well that's a sort of plan, I guess. You should ask yourself why no better opportunity has not arisen. Either you're too lazy to look or " milking" is all you are qualified for. Either way you're stuck. Good luck.
Stuck with a free car, great health benefits, work from home, 401k match, a pension and other various perks and all the while making my own hours with the exception of one CTL field visit a month. Not bad for being stuck as you say.
01-28-2015 10:52 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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My option is to stay and milk Merck for all I can until a better opportunity arises. Buying a lotto ticket makes less sense but you making that suggestion doesn't surprise me. You are not that bright with too much time on your hands and few social outlets.
Well that's a sort of plan, I guess. You should ask yourself why no better opportunity has not arisen. Either you're too lazy to look or " milking" is all you are qualified for. Either way you're stuck. Good luck.
01-28-2015 08:38 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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" I love messing with morons..."

Now who is " insecure", " jealous" and has fantasies?
Besides what difference does it make if I'M retired or not? Even if your guess is correct ( which it's not, I'm just retired) I would be much closer to it than you.
The fact remains that YOU are not, since you're on here I assume you are following the "15" lifestyle. Not exactly a stellar career life plan, but hey life is about choices. Good luck with yours. You'd have a better chance with a lotto ticket than the current situation you find yourself in but maybe you've already exceeded your skill set and run out of options.
My option is to stay and milk Merck for all I can until a better opportunity arises. Buying a lotto ticket makes less sense but you making that suggestion doesn't surprise me. You are not that bright with too much time on your hands and few social outlets.
01-28-2015 08:27 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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This post has gone on and on.

What was 15 by 15 really? I remember the now departed M.T. used to say it quite a bit.

Did the company do it? It is after all 2015.
15 dumbasses remain after 2015.
01-28-2015 08:22 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

This post has gone on and on.

What was 15 by 15 really? I remember the now departed M.T. used to say it quite a bit.

Did the company do it? It is after all 2015.
01-27-2015 02:14 PM
Anonymous
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15's deserve to be at the top of the page-Always.
agree - 15s rule
01-27-2015 09:38 AM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

15's deserve to be at the top of the page-Always.
01-24-2015 09:25 AM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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Right. Sure you are. The only thing true about you is that you are insecure, you want to feel important and you hate that people call you out on your nonsense. I love messing with morons who feel the need to brag on an anonymous chat board to feel better about themselves. That's all there is to it. I am not jealous of a fantasy lifestyle made up from some needy dork.
" I love messing with morons..."

Now who is " insecure", " jealous" and has fantasies?
Besides what difference does it make if I'M retired or not? Even if your guess is correct ( which it's not, I'm just retired) I would be much closer to it than you.
The fact remains that YOU are not, since you're on here I assume you are following the "15" lifestyle. Not exactly a stellar career life plan, but hey life is about choices. Good luck with yours. You'd have a better chance with a lotto ticket than the current situation you find yourself in but maybe you've already exceeded your skill set and run out of options.
01-24-2015 08:38 AM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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For someone who could " care less" about what someone says on an anonymous message board you sure are quick to answer every post. I am retired. At 57. Let me guess. You are the opposite. You're unemployed. Oh well, Darwin proves true. Everyday.
Right. Sure you are. The only thing true about you is that you are insecure, you want to feel important and you hate that people call you out on your nonsense. I love messing with morons who feel the need to brag on an anonymous chat board to feel better about themselves. That's all there is to it. I am not jealous of a fantasy lifestyle made up from some needy dork.
01-24-2015 07:56 AM
Anonymous
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For someone who could " care less" about what someone says on an anonymous message board you sure are quick to answer every post. I am retired. At 57. Let me guess. You are the opposite. You're unemployed. Oh well, Darwin proves true. Everyday.
Merck's demise is Darwinian. You reap what you sow.
01-23-2015 11:05 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

For someone who could " care less" about what someone says on an anonymous message board you sure are quick to answer every post. I am retired. At 57. Let me guess. You are the opposite. You're unemployed. Oh well, Darwin proves true. Everyday.
01-23-2015 10:28 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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Jealous much?
Not against a made up retirement story on cafepharma.
01-23-2015 09:22 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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I could care less what some alleged retired douche bag posts about his make believe life on an anonymous chat board. Use that alleged retirement money and get some counseling or some real friends to occupy your life.
Jealous much?
01-23-2015 08:02 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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I have the time to waste. I'm retired. You don't. You're not.
My retirement is set yours is not. Or did you think you could play this game for another 10,15,20 years? You know, pretending to work, but not really, schlepping lunches, driving around looking at medical offices you can't go in, looking at your computer screen at an ever shrinking customer base that you have no access with, dodging, or hoping to dodge another round of layoffs every year? Can you imagine doing that for another 20-25 years? I can't. The rules have changed. Sorry, thats the harsh reality. I'll bet you are leveraged to the eyeballs. Big house, big SUV, to carry your 2.5 kids, wife who wants to take a nice expensive vacation every year, maybe a boat. How will you make your monthly nut every month for the next, oh, so many years. Oh well, enjoy that next " I wish I had that week of my life back" sales meeting. Next time you're in one of those rooms, listening to another marketing manager drone on about nothing and your meeting room is overlooking a golf resort at a course that Merck doesn't allow you the time to play, that guy lining up a putt on a green in the middle of the day, will be me. Or you could play the lotto, who knows?
I could care less what some alleged retired douche bag posts about his make believe life on an anonymous chat board. Use that alleged retirement money and get some counseling or some real friends to occupy your life.
01-23-2015 05:58 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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A real liar and conjob,
Get help.
01-23-2015 05:57 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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I heard of a rep who put in 15+ years in the field. Worked smart, got all the awards and raises, big bonuses plus options and promotions. Then things started to change. More field visits, sample audits, odd questions from the boss about things that seemed to come from no where. The rep thought cluster mates were spreading lies and the pressure got too much. Rep ended up on long term disability with a decent pay check, full medical and dental, and continues to accumulate service years towards full retirement. You never know what's around the corner.
That's truly beautiful. Love that guy. I'm sticking it to Merck in my own way, but that's awesome.
01-23-2015 05:08 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

I heard of a rep who put in 15+ years in the field. Worked smart, got all the awards and raises, big bonuses plus options and promotions. Then things started to change. More field visits, sample audits, odd questions from the boss about things that seemed to come from no where. The rep thought cluster mates were spreading lies and the pressure got too much. Rep ended up on long term disability with a decent pay check, full medical and dental, and continues to accumulate service years towards full retirement. You never know what's around the corner.
01-23-2015 01:06 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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I'm not the moron wasting retirement years on cafepharma.
I have the time to waste. I'm retired. You don't. You're not.
My retirement is set yours is not. Or did you think you could play this game for another 10,15,20 years? You know, pretending to work, but not really, schlepping lunches, driving around looking at medical offices you can't go in, looking at your computer screen at an ever shrinking customer base that you have no access with, dodging, or hoping to dodge another round of layoffs every year? Can you imagine doing that for another 20-25 years? I can't. The rules have changed. Sorry, thats the harsh reality. I'll bet you are leveraged to the eyeballs. Big house, big SUV, to carry your 2.5 kids, wife who wants to take a nice expensive vacation every year, maybe a boat. How will you make your monthly nut every month for the next, oh, so many years. Oh well, enjoy that next " I wish I had that week of my life back" sales meeting. Next time you're in one of those rooms, listening to another marketing manager drone on about nothing and your meeting room is overlooking a golf resort at a course that Merck doesn't allow you the time to play, that guy lining up a putt on a green in the middle of the day, will be me. Or you could play the lotto, who knows?
01-23-2015 11:08 AM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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A real liar and conjob,
Yes you are!
01-23-2015 11:01 AM
Anonymous
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More like stone lost my only child to a dreaded disease, not that that's anyone else's business. Try thinking before you type. And we wonder why this company has imploded...
A real liar and conjob,
01-23-2015 10:34 AM
Anonymous
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More like stone lost my only child to a dreaded disease, not that that's anyone else's business. Try thinking before you type. And we wonder why this company has imploded...
I am truly sorry for your loss. You completely understand what's really important in life and being a koolaid drinking slave to Merck is not important at all in the greater scheme of things. I hope you are enjoying life and not letting the little things (Merck or these insensitive haters on these threads) get in the way of what is important to you or what makes you happy. Take care.
01-23-2015 07:39 AM
Anonymous
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I imagine why you are not a parent, stone ugly!
More like stone lost my only child to a dreaded disease, not that that's anyone else's business. Try thinking before you type. And we wonder why this company has imploded...
01-23-2015 06:11 AM
Anonymous
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My response:

1. The criminals reside in Merck's half-empty HQ.
2. My morals are certainly not to be judged by a half-brained jackass like you.
3. Since opening my own business, my self worth has multiplied. It admittedly wasn't much when I was nothing but a loyal Merck rep. I felt like nothing then. Kind of like you.
4. I'm not a parent, although that is none of your business.
5. It's beyond bad at Merck. I'm only here to take as much of Merck's money as humanly possible until I am asked to leave, which will likely be later this year. (That holds for you, too, jackass)
6. I'm not looking to get hired by anyone. Never again will that be necessary.

FU and FU Merck.
I imagine why you are not a parent, stone ugly!
01-21-2015 08:50 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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7. Iam a jackass loser
That dude/dudette was right. You Merck morons just don't get it. It sounds like he/she has a solid plan to exit Merck, while you pretend everything is fine. It would appear that you are the jackass loser.
01-21-2015 07:25 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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My response:

1. The criminals reside in Merck's half-empty HQ.
2. My morals are certainly not to be judged by a half-brained jackass like you.
3. Since opening my own business, my self worth has multiplied. It admittedly wasn't much when I was nothing but a loyal Merck rep. I felt like nothing then. Kind of like you.
4. I'm not a parent, although that is none of your business.
5. It's beyond bad at Merck. I'm only here to take as much of Merck's money as humanly possible until I am asked to leave, which will likely be later this year. (That holds for you, too, jackass)
6. I'm not looking to get hired by anyone. Never again will that be necessary.

FU and FU Merck.
Your business must be Booming ! So much so that you're posting on CP all day
Nice try Jackass
01-21-2015 07:23 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

7. Iam a jackass loser
01-21-2015 07:20 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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The things that all of you criminals have in common is a complete lack of moral framework, poor self worth and scum as parents. If all is so bad get out, oh wait, no one in their right mind would hire you.
My response:

1. The criminals reside in Merck's half-empty HQ.
2. My morals are certainly not to be judged by a half-brained jackass like you.
3. Since opening my own business, my self worth has multiplied. It admittedly wasn't much when I was nothing but a loyal Merck rep. I felt like nothing then. Kind of like you.
4. I'm not a parent, although that is none of your business.
5. It's beyond bad at Merck. I'm only here to take as much of Merck's money as humanly possible until I am asked to leave, which will likely be later this year. (That holds for you, too, jackass)
6. I'm not looking to get hired by anyone. Never again will that be necessary.

FU and FU Merck.
01-21-2015 07:12 PM
Anonymous
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I'm retired. Moron.
I'm not the moron wasting retirement years on cafepharma.
01-21-2015 06:48 PM
Anonymous
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Why do you want to continually justify your criminality by blaming other's behavior? Victim mentality at it's finest. "I am thief, but I am not as bad as the other guy". Way to demonstrate complete moral bankruptcy for the poster.
I wish I could understand where you are coming from. This is just a job. Nothing more, nothing less. Why do you think it's more? Jobs come and go. The days of working 35 years are over with. This is a new time. I will try to reply one more time today. I know some really great people who were cut for the wrong reasons. It had nothing to do with what they produced or how hard they worked. Remember SP and even the L-Merck people?
01-21-2015 06:22 PM
Anonymous
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Moral framework? Are you serious? The example set by management at Merck is moral?

You talk of criminals at Merck? Look at the exec suite first pal...

FU MERCK!
Why do you want to continually justify your criminality by blaming other's behavior? Victim mentality at it's finest. "I am thief, but I am not as bad as the other guy". Way to demonstrate complete moral bankruptcy for the poster.
01-21-2015 05:26 PM
Anonymous
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The things that all of you criminals have in common is a complete lack of moral framework, poor self worth and scum as parents. If all is so bad get out, oh wait, no one in their right mind would hire you.
Moral framework? Are you serious? The example set by management at Merck is moral?

You talk of criminals at Merck? Look at the exec suite first pal...

FU MERCK!
01-21-2015 04:38 PM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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My kids don't call me Mommy or Daddy. One of my children is a marketing director at a large firm at the age of 24 & my other child is finishing his/her undergraduate degree and has been accepted into law school.

My kids don't want to be just like me. I raised them to be better than me & I think they have turned out just fine. Thanks for asking though!

Regards,

The 15x15 Guy

So, what you are saying, is your nice Merck salary paid for your kids school while you without conscience took the money and used the time to play golf. Well I'm sure that your kids, at least are grateful for your Merck salary, if you are not.
Among thieves there certainly is no honor.
01-21-2015 04:21 PM
Anonymous
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What's your excuse for babbling on here if you are such a hard worker who is now wasting time on a social website judging people? Go back to work and shut your fat mouth hypocrite.
I'm retired. Moron.
01-21-2015 04:20 PM
Anonymous
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My kids don't call me Mommy or Daddy. One of my children is a marketing director at a large firm at the age of 24 & my other child is finishing his/her undergraduate degree and has been accepted into law school.

My kids don't want to be just like me. I raised them to be better than me & I think they have turned out just fine. Thanks for asking though!

Regards,

The 15x15 Guy
I wasn't asking, could care less. But since you're chiming in , no,not impressed with a " marketing director" and only slightly more so with a lawyer, almost anyone can pass the LSAT, they're usually the ones with no aptitude for the sciences and med. school, and no attitude for an MBA. Lawyers are about as prevalent as drug reps and held in as about as much esteem. Kinda like a " marketing director." So by what you've shared they did observe daddy and choose the easy path, albeit one slightly more difficult than daddy, the aspiring golf pro.
01-21-2015 03:35 PM
Anonymous
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What's your excuse for babbling on here if you are such a hard worker who is now wasting time on a social website judging people? Go back to work and shut your fat mouth hypocrite.
Judging others? Isn't that the sole reason these Merck boards exist? Insightful information remains a rarity but the entertainment value provided by most of the posters never ends.
01-21-2015 11:20 AM
Anonymous
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Interesting that those who claim to have a " side" job have so much time to come on CP so often to post. Even if you are not really working the Merck job there are still some things you have to do daily to CYA and at least give an appearance of " working." The side job must not take much effort either. If you are used to coasting at one, you'll coast at the other. Doubt that they are making all the easy money they claim. Unless they are alchemists. More likely that the majority of these " 15's" do the minimum then go goof off the rest of the time, like the original 15 guy who thinks he's getting ready for the PGA tour. Leads us to believe that this has been their work ethic all along they just use 15 as an excuse. There are always those.
What's your excuse for babbling on here if you are such a hard worker who is now wasting time on a social website judging people? Go back to work and shut your fat mouth hypocrite.
01-21-2015 10:37 AM
Anonymous
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I am not the 15 Guy, nor the Pain Cream Queen. I am another Merckie who is smart enough to give Merck what little effort they deserve, but only after wasting many years giving them everything I could muster. I look back now with regret at having wasted so much time on a company that summarily disregards its employees, while paying its executives tens of millions.

I also started my own business and I run it almost completely on Merck's time. It's the best thing I've ever done in my career. I am pleased and proud to be among the countless others who share my perspective and put their families first…at Merck's expense, of course.

FU Merck.
Interesting that those who claim to have a " side" job have so much time to come on CP so often to post. Even if you are not really working the Merck job there are still some things you have to do daily to CYA and at least give an appearance of " working." The side job must not take much effort either. If you are used to coasting at one, you'll coast at the other. Doubt that they are making all the easy money they claim. Unless they are alchemists. More likely that the majority of these " 15's" do the minimum then go goof off the rest of the time, like the original 15 guy who thinks he's getting ready for the PGA tour. Leads us to believe that this has been their work ethic all along they just use 15 as an excuse. There are always those.
01-21-2015 09:50 AM
Anonymous
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Reality is The son's a telemarketer and the daughters a stripper 15x15 guy is fos
LOL. Probably something like that.
01-21-2015 08:47 AM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

[quote=Anonymous;5325105]I am not the 15 Guy, nor the Pain Cream Queen. I am another Merckie who is smart enough to give Merck what little effort they deserve, but only after wasting many years giving them everything I could muster. I look back now with regret at having wasted so much time on a company that summarily disregards its employees, while paying its executives tens of millions.

I also started my own business and I run it almost completely on Merck's time. It's the best thing I've ever done in my career. I am pleased and proud to be among the countless others who share my perspective and put their families first…at Merck's expense, of course.

FU Merck.[/

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01-21-2015 08:28 AM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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The things that all of you criminals have in common is a complete lack of moral framework, poor self worth and scum as parents. If all is so bad get out, oh wait, no one in their right mind would hire you.
Well, you are not in a position to hire us and you are not God so you trying to judge us is pretty pathetic too. Move along. Go slave away on your job Mr. Self Righteous.
01-21-2015 08:20 AM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

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I am not the 15 Guy, nor the Pain Cream Queen. I am another Merckie who is smart enough to give Merck what little effort they deserve, but only after wasting many years giving them everything I could muster. I look back now with regret at having wasted so much time on a company that summarily disregards its employees, while paying its executives tens of millions.

I also started my own business and I run it almost completely on Merck's time. It's the best thing I've ever done in my career. I am pleased and proud to be among the countless others who share my perspective and put their families first…at Merck's expense, of course.

FU Merck.
The things that all of you criminals have in common is a complete lack of moral framework, poor self worth and scum as parents. If all is so bad get out, oh wait, no one in their right mind would hire you.
01-21-2015 02:37 AM
Anonymous
Re: My version of 15 by 15

I am not the 15 Guy, nor the Pain Cream Queen. I am another Merckie who is smart enough to give Merck what little effort they deserve, but only after wasting many years giving them everything I could muster. I look back now with regret at having wasted so much time on a company that summarily disregards its employees, while paying its executives tens of millions.

I also started my own business and I run it almost completely on Merck's time. It's the best thing I've ever done in my career. I am pleased and proud to be among the countless others who share my perspective and put their families first…at Merck's expense, of course.

FU Merck.
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