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While the first paragraph gives me enough reason to hate my job, I can actually still find a way to love it. For one, my friends within the office have a compilation of “email bloopers” sent by Team Leaders (and even Managers) who are simply not grammatically inclined. We are, in this way, backstabbers, but you know what they say, “If you can’t beat them, join them!” No one’s perfect, you know. We understand that perfectly, too. But, really, there are those who just keep on making errors in almost every email that you’d wonder how they even got promoted. Or they just don’t know how to make a proper sentence. Take this for example: “I can access ne_idia but always giving no result. Several time I tried it and still not giving out anything.” Here’s another: “I talked to the agent and he said that he log in to avaya but it kicks him out so he transfer to another PC to log in.” He’s a classic. Some reps call him MIA (because he’s also always missing in action) and we call him The Friend. He also has this habit of minding other people’s business (both positive and negative, but mostly negative) so I hate him so much that I’d be the first to say “Good riddance!” if he ever leaves our LOB (line of business).