what do you have at work that you cannot do without?

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i just got a sit/stand desk. i don't think it qualifies as cannot do without. but i've only had it a few days, so the jury is still out on that one.
however, i do have a pretty comfortable chair (herman miller aeron) and i couldn't do without that.

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Kandykornhead said:   Bach.
Skid Row rulez.

I have to have loud music at work, and beer after cocktail hour. I have both now.

The toilet.

mikebeets said:   customers
That's old thinking. Make money? No one needs to make money! You just need lots of users and then sell to Facebook for a few billion.


The ability to work in my PJ's and not shave.  I work out of the house.

Free food and drinks.  oh and in some cases getting paid to consume them

kamalktk said:   
mikebeets said:   customers
Make money? No one needs to make money! 

  Who said we were making money ?

Working 3 months a year, mostly in New England, without customers we wouldn't have an excuse to try & escape the weather we have at home.
I heard it's pretty bad, but we have never been there in the Summer.

My two assistants.

We work from home and our cats help us all day.

Well actually I am doing without it now (since I am retired)
but it used to be 5 minutes daily with Miss Conlin in the back storage room.

McRib lives here!
<-- These days, this place is a must.

Laptop, PC or anything with internet connection

Coffee,for sure!

Thinkpad & iPhone


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