Overclocking

if a worker works overtime to pay for
his or her computer, is that overclocking.
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  1. if a gamer works overtime to buy new games, that also is overclocking :P
  2. IMO, if a gamer works harder so he doesn't have to do overtime and can go home to play games THAT is overclocking.
  3. No no no, overclocking is showing up more than 15 min early, or leaving more than 15 min late.
  4. No no no. (snicker) Overclocking is showing up 15 minutes llate, leaving 15 minutes early, and still getting a full day's work done.
  5. Omg, win thread.
  6. jsc said:
    No no no. (snicker) Overclocking is showing up 15 minutes llate, leaving 15 minutes early, and still getting a full day's work done.


    ^^^ this
  7. I still think overclocking is making sure your boss sees you come in 15 minutes early and make it OBVIOUS that you stayed 15 minutes late.
  8. jsc said:
    No no no. (snicker) Overclocking is showing up 15 minutes llate, leaving 15 minutes early, and still getting a full day's work done.


    :lol: Nice thread!
  9. Haha guys!

    Yes, you can always come in earlier than your boss and leave at around the same time... and risk playing some games with the extra time spent in the office perhaps? (use a laptop at work)
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