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Third-Shift Help

Get your banking done and still get your sleep.
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My boyfriend and I both work third shift, and find it nearly impossible to get quite a lot of our everyday errands done. Banks don't even open 'til 9 AM. So I propose a business that is open from the hours of 10 PM until 6 AM. They will take your clothes to the drycleaners, or do your banking, or anything else that has to be done during "normal business hours" so that you can get your sleep and stop worrying. Imagine, a world where you don't have to wake up at 2 PM to make it to the post office.
elven_pixie, May 11 2004

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the big picture [FarmerJohn, Oct 04 2004]


       I like it [elven]... and I'll buy it. Welcome to the hb (+)
neilp, May 11 2004

       Nice, [pixie]. Third-shift, first-rate bun. +
Letsbuildafort, May 11 2004

       When they bake a telephone number let me know.
skinflaps, May 11 2004

       My bank's open till 8. I love it.
yabba do yabba dabba, May 11 2004

DesertFox, May 12 2004

       1st shift could use the same, for when you're at work during normal business hours.
RayfordSteele, May 12 2004

       Yeah rayford that is one of those dumb ideas where you need to take time out of work to go to the bank or use any of the other service industries.   

       i'm sure i saw something a while ago on the local news about new apartment buildings which have this form of service, shopping done plumbers called and let in etc.
engineer1, May 13 2004

       Would you trust a third party to go to the bank on your behalf? Most banks where I am offer 24-hour telephone and internet banking and out-of-hours deposits; many also offer deposits by post or night-safes. Unless you're regularly withdrawing large amounts of cash, I don't see the need for this service.
kropotkin, May 13 2004


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