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"Then it's agreed. Judgment Day, whenever it comes, will fall on a Thursday, so that they'll get the long weekend."
Tags:religion, religious, god, heaven, bible, biblical, angel, angels, judgement day, last judgement, final judgement, day of judgement, doomsday, the day of the lord, second coming of christ, business, planning, scheduling, timetable, timetables, long weekend, long weekends, timetabling, meeting, meetings, board meeting, board meetings, decision, decisions, deciding, choosing a date, deciding on a date, settling on a date, committee, committees, weekend, weekends
"Things are crazy right now. Let me get back to you after the holidays."
Tags:christmas, christmas day, hectic, schedule, schedules, scheduling, holiday stress, overworked, christmas shopping, gift, gifts, present, presents, stressful, stress, stresses, stressor, stressors, xmas, x-mas, anxiety, anxieties, anxious, anxiousness, get back to you, call back, calling back, phone call, phone calls, busy, busy schedule, busy schedules, child, children, lack of perspective
"How about the eighteenth? That's the day my electronic anklet comes off."
Tags:white collar crime, white collar crimes, crimes, criminal, criminals, electronic anklet, ankle bracelet, ankle bracelets, monitor, monitors, house arrest, arrested, under arrest, office, offices, business, businesses, businessman, businessmen, executive, executives, meeting, meetings, schedule, scheduling, appointment, appointments, law, laws, law and order
Home office manager
'I wouldn't bother going, it'll just be a repeat of the winter meeting.'
Man walking by a dry cleaner's with a sign in the window saying "All work completed when you least expect it".
Tags:dry cleaner, dry cleaners, dry cleaning, dry-cleaning, dry-cleaner, dry-cleaners, cleaner, cleaners, cleaning, laundry, laundromat, laundromats, doing laundry, washing clothes, washing clothing, sign, signs, signage, time, times, timing, surprise, surprises, expectation, expectations, expecting, expect, completed, completion, schedule, schedules, scheduling
"O.K.! See you Monday at eight, seven central."
Tags:television, televisions, tv, tvs, t.v., t.v.s, phone, phones, telephone, telephones, call, calls, talking on the phone, talking on the telephone, conversation, conversations, making plans, appointment, appointments, plan, plans, planning, schedule, schedules, scheduling, time, timezone, timezones, time zones, central standard time, entertainment, technology
"So when exactly is it a good time for my tantrum?"
Tags:tantrum, tantrums, bad behaviour, bad behavior, supermarket, supermarkets, grocery shopping, grocery, groceries, grocery shop, food shopping, bad timing, good timing, temper, tempers, child, kid, kids, grocery store, store, mother, mom, cart, fit, throwing a fit, ill-behaved, schedule, schedules, scheduling, fit in, fits in, fitting in, calendar, calendars, convenient time, convenient times, convenient timing, bad time, bad timing, timing, good timing, toddler, toddlers, parent, parents, parenting
"Clear my calendar, Miss Wetzel - I'm feeling ad hoc today."
Tags:spontaneous, spontaneity, ad hoc, spontaneousness, spur of the moment, whim, whims, decision, decisions, calendar, calendars, schedule, schedules, scheduling, secretary, secretaries, boss, bosses, executive, executives, privilege, privileged, elite, elites, elitist, elitists, head honcho, head honchos
"You don't have any time? Try fitting Taoist sex into your schedule."
"I can squeeze you in between my public apology and my book deal."
Tags:politics, politician, politicians, political, political leader, political leaders, government, governments, president, presidents, politics, political, political leader, political leaders, government, governments, phone call, phone calls, appointment, appointments, schedule, schedules, scheduling, busy, book, books, author, authors, book signing, writer, writers, media, public, apologize, apology, apologise
"Hookers? Tomorrow? I thought we were going to the Guggenheim."
Too early to begin working on/Too late to do anything about.
"Gotta go. My ten o'clock is here."
"Let's see...I believe a computer will be available for your class six weeks from Friday between ten and eleven in the morning."
Tags:education, school, schools, schooling, teaching, learning, teacher, teachers, student, students, teacher life, elementary school, primary school, junior high school, middle school, high school, secondary school, public education, public education system, public education systems, state education, state education system, state education systems, national education, national education system, national education systems, public school, public schools, technology, computer, computers, computer lab, computer labs, computer bank, computer banks, library, librarian, librarians, schedule, schedules, scheduling, appointment, appointments, making an appointment, calendar, calendars, teaching tool, teaching tools, pointless, useless, funding, school funding
"How about one-ish? I love the way it sounds."
'I've got a huge backlog right now.'
"O.K., the third of July is out. How about the fourth?"
Tags:america, american, us, united states, american history, history, declaration of independence, independence day, fourth of july, 4th of july, holiday, holidays, celebrate, celebration, celebrations, founding fathers, scheduling, timetable, timetables, making a timetable, choosing a date, deciding on a date, difficult decisions, signing, signature, signatures, government, american government, politics, thomas jefferson, benjamin franklin, john adams
"Well let`s see. It's going to be tight but I could squeeze you in for a walk at 1 pm."
Danger Slow Sand.
"I can't squeeze in a rescue this week. How does next week look for you?"
"This is terrible, Ms. Jenkins! The general manager's surprise visit is going to ruin my scheduled half hour of spontaneous time!"