It's not the work environment so much as it's the people who I have to deal with.
....namely nobody listens to a damn word I say.
"Dude, stop hitting the neter key, that's why the machine is giving you errors....scan, then lef-t click "OK"
*alright.....(smackes enter key again)*
then some guy knows he needs card X, then puts card Y in instead....then when putting in Card X (after I tlaked to him about it), he notices the eject levers aren't coming out all the way, so instead of figuring out why, he just pulls....now I have to RMA a $4000 card because he ripped the eject levers off....
Then we have the guys who know you must screw in both screws when hooking up the console cables....but they kep screwing on one, and we just lost an hour of test time from this.......grr....
Let's put it this way, I'm pretty sure even the Dali Lama would go postal in this place....now I understand why out of work people say I'm a really calm person, but in work I come off as anger incarnate.
....so, are there any good drugs I can put into the coffee supply that will make people actually listen to good advice, and not just ignore it and continue to screw everything up?