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     I opened the bar at Job #1 this morning and The Buckeye was teaching a training class for the new hires in the adjacent room. Listening to him was nauseating. 

     "It’s strictly enforced that we only serve kids meals to people 12 and under. Ladies, you’ll know what I’m talking about…*in a high voice* ‘I’m not that hungry, can I just have the kids chicken strips?’ All you say is 'Sorry ma'am, but it’s for 12 and under.“

     First of all, men do that too. Second of all, who gives a shit if an adult wants to order a kids meal? Let ‘em. It saves you a lot less fuss. But The Buckeye likes to follow the rules, which is why he’s great for corporate and I am not. He totally reminds me of Christian Laettner, minus the talent. 

     Seeing the new class is also nauseating. Not only are they a lame bunch (I’m sure The Georgian will like one of the bimbo sluts, though, she’s totally the type who’ll let him smell the toilet seat after she’s done 2'ing), but it reminds me of when I was first started eight years ago…Eight years ago! And look at me, I’m still just a bimbo slut with the rest of them. I really need to rid myself of this job, but I kind of want to make it until August to save money for the wedding in Utah, which The Buckeye will also be attending as the best man. Can I do it?

Hey OSU students! There’s a rally for sustainable food that will be happening on the South Oval on Friday starting at 1:30! Here’s the blurb:

 “I am a member of a student group here on campus called Local Matters Student Ambassadors. For the past year, we have been spearheading the Real Food Challenge at Ohio State.The Real Food Challenge (RFC) is a nationwide student movement to build a more just and sustainable food system. We work to organize power on campus to achieve 20% ecological, local, humane, and fair foods at Ohio State by 2020. Our main goal right now is getting Dr. Drake to sign the Real Food Commitment, which would commit OSU to this percentage.   This upcoming week we are having a rally for real food, a colorful and celebratory demonstration, on Friday, April 24th to show the university that students have a right to good food on campus. In order to make our demonstration even more visible and show President Drake that students are behind the campaign, we are hoping to have as much media coverage as possible. Please share this events with your friends and make sure to be there on Friday to show your support for real food!”

Please try to make it to this event and show your support for small, sustainable farms and farming methods! Here’s the Facebook event as well!

April 29th Camp List

Alyssa Baumann, WOGA
Simone Biles, World Champions Gym
Jordan Chiles, Naydenov
Madison Desch, GAGE
Christina Desidero, Parkettes
Nia Dennis, Buckeye
Gabby Douglas, Buckeye
Peyton Ernst, Texas Dreams
Norah Flatley, Chow’s Gymnastics
Jazmyn Foberg, MG Elite
Margzetta Frazier, Parkettes
Ashley Foss, North Stars
Emily Gaskins, Intensity Gymnastics
Rachel Gowey, Chow’s Gymnastics
Felicia Hano, Gym-Max
Lauren Hernandez, MG Elite
Sydney Johnson-Scharpf, Brandy Johnson
McKenna Kelley, Stars Gymnastics
Bailie Key, Texas Dreams
Madison Kocian, WOGA
Lauren Navarro, Gliders
Victoria Nguyen, Chow’s Gymnastics
Maggie Nichols, Twin City Twisters
Marissa Oakley, Gym Phenom
Abby Paulson, Twin City Twisters
Grace Quinn, Texas Dreams
Aly Raisman, Brestyan’s
Kyla Ross, Gym-Max
Emily Schild, Everest Gymnastics
Polina Shchennikova, TIGAR
Megan Skaggs, Gymnastics Acad of Atlanta
MyKayla Skinner, Desert Lights
Ragan Smith, Texas Dreams
Deanne Soza, Arete