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Topic: Molony Motivation - "work to do"

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Molonian
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Pondering whether it is time to change my job, if Hal came to work with me, would stay where I am, and know shifts would be much , better with Hal around....

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I always thought Hal would be happy in a library. What about as a research assistant or a position where he's entering facts into a data system, like a data clerk, given how exact he likes to be? Somewhere quiet, out of the way, out of harm's influence...

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Agree Lisa....Until someone gets a paper cut... blood



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You've inspired me for another job suggestion for Hal.... How about Air Traffic Controller? Or the people that organise train timetables?

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Hal would do well in a library, except as domino says, if paper cuts are frequent.  The problem with data entry is that he's a ceefax person.  Can you imagine Hal dealing with computer software crashing, or printer jams? That's sure to set him off... fangs

Kallie, I think Air Traffic Controller is a really high stress job.  That's a recipe for disaster. fangsfangsfangs



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LOL whimsy he'd be hanging on by his fingernails.

Hal seems to enjoy order and cleaning so why not that? He'd be in 2 sets of marigolds heaven!

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Okay, this isn't working AT ALL! I'm now picturing Hal as custodian at an all-girls finishing school... vamp

Maybe custodian at a library! He could work after hours, and when he was finished he could straighten the books on the shelves.



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That sounds like the plot of one of your smutfics TJ !

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Hehehe!  Hal in a library!  I've giggled my way through this entire thread because somebody's already beaten TJ to that one....



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I can def see him in a quiet office job where he can organize till his hearts content.

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I got the afternoon off from work, due to a systems crash, so I'm enjoying the forum.
I've been reading the press releases and had such a chuckle over the 12 for 12: Radio Times's rising stars feature on Damien that I had to quote it. I chose here because I have no other work to do(!) today.

Stepping into sultry Aidan Turner’s shoes on Toby Whithouse’s Being Human would be hard for anyone, but the fact that Damien Molony is a fellow Irishman makes comparisons all the more treacherous. Happily, Molony is such a sufficiently captivating actor in his own right that Turner’s turn will soon be but a distant memory to fans of BBC3’s fangtastic drama. (Sorry.) If you need further proof of Molony’s cojones, he appears in Nicholas Wright’s Travelling Light at the National Theatre from next week, directed by one Nicholas Hytner.

Molony's cojones! 

HAHAHAHAHA!

What a great rhyme! And completely true, as he is fearless as an actor! halyes



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