Abril 01, 2002
Hussein loses job, talks about Iran

Hussein, the delivery guy at restaurant #1, got fired on Saturday. They said he stole drinks. He was caught taking seven cokes out on an order that wasn't charged for any.

It's pretty petty on both sides I think. Alican, one of the soups who makes pizzas, seemed to think that Hussein was trying to make money by arriving at someone's house with an order -- that didn't want drinks -- and then hard-selling them to pay cash for cans he had in his car. Sounds kind of sketchy to me.

Then again, Hussein spent a lot of time around the restaurant. He had plenty of opportunity to quench his thirst, without having to smuggle in bulk. Especially when the Sri Lankan guys are drinking upwards of 14 cups of tea a day.

I don't think anybody really liked Hussein. I think he rubbed everyone the wrong way when he developed this dead-on impersonation of the Boss coming to surprise everyone (which is what the Boss, who rarely shows up, always does). Despite his thick accent, he could say "Hi guys," just like the Boss when he showed up. In my short time there, I was fooled plenty.
Everyone ended up spending far more of their day in "look busy panic". And who really needs that shit. Then, just when they thought they knew it was Hussein faking, Hussein did it -- while walking in with the Boss!
(I don't know whether the Boss was aware of what was going on or not -- but he's in his own mental place, and that's for sure).

Just last week I asked Hussein how many impersonations he could do, and he said:
"Khomeini?! Don't talk Khomeini! ! Never say anything! I know a guy, he's doctor. He talk Khomeini. Khomeini come when he in the jail and cut, with the knife, the throat! He dead! No, never say anything bad Khomeini. This I am telling you!"

Some Iranian guys must have had it pretty rough over there. Hussein used to be an engineer in Tehran, but he left and came here. Now he's a fired delivery man. You could see he was smarter than his job, but so could he, and he did drag his ass. He moped around all the time. Maybe he's just kind of had it. Had it or not, you need a job. I guess if people don't like you, you should work harder. Or cover your tracks better. Or something.

Hussein did have at least one good buddy. Today when I heard about the firing, I thought instantly of the the two them, happily horsing around together on the first day I worked there.

Saddam seemed a little sad tonight.

Posted by King at Abril 01, 2002 11:33 PM

Yo, yo, yo i am sick and tired of this bull shit ... Listen do NOT put links to disgusting things like scary old broad, saggin'-waggin' used and abused honey needs not to be looked at.

Posted by: killa k-dog on Abril 12, 2002 09:51 AM .

Hussein might have been a good man.. he might have devoted much of his life to the children.. You say Hussein was not guilty of many offenses during his short lived life.. I do not believe Hussein would steal.. it is against everything he stood for.. Hussein had morales and he upheld them. Hussein was a good man and he will be missed by all he touched.. In loving memory,

Posted by: on Abril 12, 2002 10:04 AM .

No offense, but this is kind of a useless comment. If it bores you to read the entry, there's really no use commenting on it.

Posted by: king on Abril 13, 2002 12:17 AM .


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Posted by: king on Noviembre 6, 2002 11:58 PM .

sir i am a poor man and to help u .i am pakistani .sir i am only one son of my father .my had died and i have five sister.my father having hard problem.sir i want help of mony .if can u help me please convey some amount me that i run my home and to do some thing .but seacrit sir my adressis ...vill and p.o chak beli khan dist and teh raqwalpindi country pakistan.....thank you very much

Posted by: asif on Junio 7, 2003 03:06 AM .

Just last week I asked Hussein how many impersonations he could do, and he said: Khomeini?! Don't talk Khomeini!!...

That is the funniest thing I've ever read. You know, the way the story is told, Hussein sounds like a hell of a guy. I could use a guy with a sense of humour like that where I work.

On a separate note...how is it that everything you post, regardless of subject, attracts completely bizarre/barely literate/ridiculously belligerent comments? Doesn't happen on d/blog or y blog.

Posted by: Retard on Junio 10, 2003 02:53 PM .

I don't know Retard. I jus dont fucking no. Who the fuck r all these worthless cuntsuckers? Applesauce?

Posted by: king on Junio 10, 2003 05:02 PM .

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Posted by: Dylan Nouri on Agosto 1, 2003 04:03 PM .

King, i think you should hire this Dylan character post haste. He would be excellent, mostly in that he is not only "creative", but also "stable", which is very important. This degree of self-knowledge is rare.

He could be in charge of deleting spam posts. He would start with his own, and then disappear in a puff of logic.

Posted by: adHominem on Agosto 2, 2003 02:31 PM .

Is that a joke? Did someone really post their resume in the comments section of this blog entry? Man. I don't know what to say. It has to be a joke. What is he doing?

Posted by: king on Agosto 5, 2003 02:04 PM .

You really think I should hire him Ad Hominem? Hmmm...creative and stable.....maybe you're right...

Posted by: king on Agosto 5, 2003 02:05 PM .

Shit yeah, hire him. I'd do it myself, but I'm on the far edge of the continent right now. Creative and stable is a rare combo. Usually the creative types have these potentially dangerous delusions based on a half-cocked notion of "the artistic temperament", which, near as i can tell, involves dressing like a trent reznor fan, wearing a beret, drinking red wine, and being moody. Also your home page is something like http://www.geocities.com/~mmanson348/ and has a name like "Teh Yawning Pool of Despair!!!@!!" Beware of people describing themselves as 'creative', unless the rider 'stable' is attached, in which case, they're ok. It's an "I shop at the Gap" sort of creative. Solid employment potential, yo.

Posted by: ad(rock)Hominem on Agosto 9, 2003 09:17 PM .
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