Last night, the night of Friday, the thirteenth of February, 2009; 2:42 in the morning. I, a sixteen-year-old boy left my house on my bicycle with two envelopes in my pocket. One being a letter of resignation for my job, and the other being a Valentine for this girl I have very much fallen for. But the girl is not my main concern. I am concerned as to whether of not quitting my job was a good idea. No, I do not have another job lined up for me. Yes, I am aware that the economy is bad. and Yes, I have some money to live off of for a while, $250. Was this a good or bad idea? My job would appear to be a great one. We work for a round total of 2.5-3 hours throughout our averaged 4 hour shifts. During the other time most of us will sit around and talk. I am usually not one of those people. Yes we can sit around, but there are many many things that must get done, and I am left doing those things alone. If I don't, I get yelled at. I work at the local movie theatre by the way, in a town of 40,000 people. Was this a good or bad idea? The majority of the people I work with suck. The place is basically run by a 21-year-old fool, who gives us our schedules a day before the weekend starts, and can't manage to get anything organized. She is also not good at playing the roll of the boss. She is unable to speak professionally. If she is not impressed with your work she will snarle at you, giving you disgusting looks that only a garbage picker should expect. Was this a good or bad idea? The other ray of sunshine that I work with on most occasions is 22-years-old. She will never miss an opportunity to yell at me. She has it glued in her mind that I am a terrible employee, and whenever a single thing goes wrong she must make it vocal that it was all my fault, even if it was not. She constantly cusses about me behind my back, i've heard it. Not one week ago i was crossing the office door only to hear, "That ****ing ****er calls me up at 8:00 last night to ask me to take his shift" ****ing ****er=me, yes i phoned her at eight oclock, but there shouldn't be a problem with that seeing that there is a post-it not in the office that as her number and a note Call my anytime, I can take any shift, and the shift wasn't even for another few days. Was this a good or bad idea? These few reasons are not the only ones, there are many more. And these only amount to about 70% of my quitting. This job drained my time, and trust me I do not have great time management skills. I want to be a writer, but I find that through school and work I do not get any time to do so. The weekends would pretty much be my main source of writing time, and of course working at a movie theatre, that wasn't happening at all. I know my work is worth money, I know it. I just need to make it happen. And having the time to do that will make it happen. Was this a good or bad idea?