Day 1 was a hectic, triphammer day. There was always a queue, and the only break I got was when I went to the can--more infrequently than I do at the office--and lunch time. Then they wanted me to do some training afterwards, and that left me exhausted.
Day 2 was easier. I find that I took exactly four fewer calls today than yesterday, and yet I did not feel exhausted afterwards, but rather pretty decent. It was certainly nice to have my commute home consist of the following:
1) Get out of my chairI say "PJs" but in fact they're just my normal house clothes, a short-sleeve henley and sleep pants.
2) go to bedroom, take off work clothes, and put on PJs
Today feels less oppressive and hectic than yesterday, but it's proving a bit difficult to establish a routine.
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This seems entertaining. The problem with wrecking people for having once said something you don't like is that sooner or later people get wise to it and stop playing your game.
Would you want to host the Oscars if everything you ever said or did was going to be part of the interview, and if anything turned up that the SJW/NPC crowd doesn't like, you would be ruined both personally and professionally?
Somehow I doubt it.
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And I just primed the bathroom wall, too. It's going to take plenty of spackling yet, but it's ready for that, and the final surface should look acceptably smooth.
So, I've got that going for me.