@AntiSlic'er: What's weird is that the things they've trained me for are really infrequent tasks.
Like they've taught me how to stock/catalog delivery items, but they haven't taught me how to properly cut the bread.
@bruschetta: But what if I still end up disliking it after that week? I just feel like I'm wasting their time. I mean, i'm not set on disliking it, but i'm afraid that my opinion won't change.
And you're right, I just feel like I'd be better suited in a clerical position, or something.
@Iota: So I need a bit of advice. I started a new job a couple of days ago (Subway) , just looking to fill the time when I'm not taking classes. Well, today was my second day, and I'm starting to find out that I really don't like it that much. I mean, don't get me wrong, the other employees are great, and I like working with the general public, but they aren't really training me for anything. They just kind of tell me to do things, then yell at me when I don't do it the way they want. After that they typically just do whatever I was trying to do really quickly, and tell me to go wash dishes.
Now, the thing is, I don't really need the job. I picked it up purely to kill time. And while I know that I should stick with it for awhile before I make any decisions about leaving, I can't help but feel that I'm wasting their time, and I really don't think my opinion of the job will change as I learn what to do. It's just too hectic for me. So should I resign now and not waste any more of their time? Or wait a week? Obviously I'd offer to stay on till they can find a replacement for me, but I'm wondering if it wouldn't be easier just to quit now.
Tl;dr. Got a job at Subway to kill time. Only worked there for two days, But I don't really like it. Should I quit now and not waste any more of their time? Or wait a week to see if I end up tolerating it?
@Iota: The 'in the reply' was supposed to have parentheses around it.
Any who, two main characters deaths in one season is pretty god damn intense. And honestly at this point it just seems like lazy writing to kill the character of whichever actor isn't willing to renew their contract. I'm sure it wouldn't be terribly difficult to just write them out without killing them. At least that leaves the possibility for a future appearance, even if it's a short one.
Beyond that, I'm happy to see Thomas and Jimmy finally becoming friends. Also happy to see Robert admit that he was wrong about how to run the estate, but as soon as the scene with him narrating started I really thought they were going to cancel the series. I'm not sure this is much better, but I'll probably keep watching.