musing about work
I once saw someone mentioning plumbers and good fuckin grief was it clear the most time they'd ever spent talking to a plumber was directing them to their broken toilet or some shit.
You talk to a plumber for more than a minute and you'll know just how much passion people have for that trade.
And they say this same shit about farmers, doctors and nurses, sanitation workers... are they just thinking "well I would never want to do this" and projecting that onto everyone, assuming that nobody would ever want to do those things
Sorry; just a hunch, could be wrong
Not even sure if I'm hungry anymore but this'll be a emboldening breakfast at any rate
Mmmmmm, smells slow and delicious
Update: Nephew is a champion PC builder. Knew which RAM slots to prefer, which M2 slot was better, how to correctly apply thermal paste and attach a massive cooler (thank you again @evankiljoy ). I did the bios update but he powered through the rest of it, looking at the manuals less than I would. YouTube is a powerful teacher
Yeah so I got a migraine today. First one in probably a decade or more. Tally is up to nine. My fam were perfect about it, although I'll speak to Edie in more detail so she understands why dad couldn't talk and that whilst her hug was well intended, dad was effectively incapacitated.
My heart really goes out to folks who endure these on a regular basis.
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