Rule 332

CPC compatible answers to the question, “How was your day?” (An on-going series):

Well, first thing this morning… wait, did you cut your hair? It is so cute! When did you do it?

Rule 326

Things interpreters think but probably should not say (an on-going series):

This termination letter is beautifully written… but, understand where is says, “ceasing your duties as an employee” the most semantically correct sign for that really just equals “fired.”  And where it says “immeadate separation,” that sign also basically means “fired.” Humm. “Transfer of all work related duties,” uses the sign, “fired.” Yep, and like three more of these euphemisms are expressed in ASL using a sign that semantically equates to “fired.”  
Beautifully written though. 

Rule 302

VRS Call Center, Saturday 2:30 AM: This isn’t Hell. Hell only has 9 rings.

(I answered more than that my first hour.)