Completing McD report in store. Remember to be discreet

Edit: Fixed the misspelled title


Yes that is two laptops and an extra monitor.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/23/2015 12:03AM by quiettime.

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Eh. I've seen people bring in monitors and gaming systems to McDonald's and other coffee shops.

Shopping the Greater Denver Area, Colorado Springs and in-between in Colorado. 31 year old male and willing to travel!
I usually need two laptops and an extra monitor to complete a McDonald's report. For a Sonic report I can get away with a laptop and a couple of tablets, but on the other hand for a Five Guys report I generally need a dedicated server.
Excuse my ignorance but why on earth would you need more than one computer to enter those reports? I do them just fine on one laptop with no tablets.
I zoomed in on the picture and I don't see the MSC website on the screen. How do you know he was doing a McD's report? I use a laptop, a tablet and my cell phone while writing reports and editing photos and checking email. I have an entire mobile office. I don't perform McD's shops and I don't go there for wi-fi but I do use locations that are shopped.
@Canuck wrote:

This is funny...

It just got funnier. winking smiley

There are two types of people in this world: Those who can extrapolate from incomplete data.
@Sybil2 wrote:

I zoomed in on the picture and I don't see the MSC website on the screen. How do you know he was doing a McD's report?

Now that is discrete!
@ quiettime, what?

I zoomed in on the picture that the OP posted. From my house with no one around me. Wait, my cat just walked across the keyboard so I guess I am busted now.
Oh, Sybil. What are we going to do with you? smiling smiley

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Seriously, nobody cares that you're offended.
I saw a guy come into a Starbucks with a CPU and two HUGE monitors. It took him two trips to his car to get it all in the store. The barista said he comes in every week and plays video games all day there.
I guess it is a normal scene in my area. When you are on the road, a mobile office is a must.
@Sybil2 wrote:

@ quiettime, what?

I zoomed in on the picture that the OP posted. From my house with no one around me. Wait, my cat just walked across the keyboard so I guess I am busted now.

He is so discreet you couldn't even see the McDonald's report he was filling.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/23/2015 12:04AM by quiettime.
Grammar Nazi alert!

Discrete: Separate from other things

Discreet: careful and circumspect in one's speech or actions

Kona Kathie
Grammar issue? or spelling issue?

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Seriously, nobody cares that you're offended.
Score: 9/10 there were some grammatical errors or spelling issues that needed to be pointed out in your posts.

Sometimes I rely too much on autocorrect. I did mean discreet

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/22/2015 09:38PM by quiettime.
@af517 wrote:

It's a usage error, not a grammar or spelling error.

For a few minutes, I googled the hell out of that and determined that usage is part of grammar. I wanted to zing her, but I just couldn't. smiling smiley

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Seriously, nobody cares that you're offended.
I consider it a spelling error since I spelled it wrong. I did not mean the other discrete and did not type discrete. My phone chose that one since I just type fast and get "close enough and let the phone fix it"

My whole McDonald's funny post is really falling apart now. I'll probably go disappear for two weeks again.
I blame Sybil.

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Seriously, nobody cares that you're offended.
At least people tend to spell words like grammar correctly these days. Now if only autocorrect could figure out whether you should be using your or you're.
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