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post #1 of 21 Old 06-11-2006, 10:35 PM Thread Starter
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Who works weird hours?

I have to work nights (7PM to 7AM) a few times a month and my sleep pattern gets out of whack. When I'm on this forum at odd hours, I still see at least a few on here with me. So I'm wondering, What the hell are you guys doing up? Weird work schedule?
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swing shift for me, 6pm-2am home by 2:30ish.......

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swing shift for me, 6pm-2am home by 2:30ish.......

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6-2.30 or 5-1.30 my weekend is during the week so im always working while everyone else is enjoying their sunday morning rides. sucks.
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I work two weeks on and two weeks off.... I work 6:00pm till 6:00am, seven days a week when I'm on. I work north of the Arctic Circle at a work camp on the Oil Pipeline. I had been working the same schedule except in town for about four years. After to many complaints about me driving to fast at work the mucky muck decided that they would send me up north to where I would not be doing to much driving....... It is sweet having two weeks off each month but it sucks being away from home the other two weeks Here is a pic from last week of me (in town) by the 800 mile pipe that moves oil from the North Slope to Valdez
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I'm running 11:00 am ish to 8 ish lately. I'm just not a morning person.

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10 pm to 6:30 am airline life is great fix at night and break then during the day.

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11pm to 7am Monday nights thru Friday nights for me. Not a bad gig though. Being maintenance, we just sit around and fug off and wait for crap to break



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