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How will you make up for last week?

By Ed O'Keefe

As part of The Post's Federal Worker page, we ask a different question each week of our readers and plan to include the best responses in Friday's paper.

You've still got time to participate this week. Here's the question:

Will you work longer hours this week to make up for lost time? Or did you successfully complete tasks last week while working from home? (Or did you have to work through the storm regardless?)

E-mail your answers to federaleye@washingtonpost.com and please include your full name, hometown and the agency you work for. We'll follow up with you before using your responses. Thanks!

By Ed O'Keefe  | February 18, 2010; 11:30 AM ET
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Federal workers can make it up by skipping a smoke break or two.

Posted by: member5 | February 18, 2010 1:12 PM | Report abuse

Larry Echohawk needs to make up not only for last week.... Haskell Indian Nations University’s Acting President Venida Chenault is trying to get rid of some of the best employees Haskell has and ones that have come to Haskell with some of the best experience.

A couple names on the chopping block are Ted Juneau & Sharon Eagleman.

This is after Venida Chenault succeeded at being so unprofessional that Dr. Blackbird couldn’t stand it anymore and left.

Of course Venida will use the excuse that their appointments are coming to an end, and use that to push them out the door.

When in reality there is nothing stopping her from keeping them.

Instead, she would rather bring back losers like Theresa Milk, whom students are already complaining about her smelling like pot and being all buzzed up teaching in her classes.

Then reinstate people like Barbara Stumblingbear,who has no business being at Haskell at all after all her shenanigans.

Looks like Bureau of Indian Education's Mr.Larry Echohawk is losing control over Haskell Indian Nations University... all with the blessings of Stephanie Birdwell-Bighorn.

Posted by: zooami1 | February 18, 2010 7:54 PM | Report abuse

You mean, to make up that $100M per day you mentioned every hour of every day?

I worked a few hours extra but that is it. I already work a lot of hours so there is only so much that can be done in a day, even a long one

Posted by: Bious | February 18, 2010 9:21 PM | Report abuse

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