Other than that, the only thing I'll bring up about it (for now) is that It really didn't take a lot of technology and common sense to make my last job appear a LOT more stone age than it did even when we were there.
|I mean really, what would be easier- trying to run while sitting down, trying to push three tons of solid stone- or just WALKING?|
How 'bout that ref's strike ending? All it took was for me to make that one post about it, and it's all over! (Of course, the replacements really, REALLY embarassing the league might have helped). Now, I'd like an answer that all America is waiting for- were the guys that called Monday's game the crew that the Lingerie League fired for incompetancy?
|"Never mind helping me with my equipment! WHAT'S THE FRICKIN' CALL????"|
Oh, before I get too far away from the job thing, Monday I had to go interview on site. On the way home I encountered a road-striping entourage- you know, an "arrow" truck on each end, and the striper in the middle. Now, if I am painting stripes on a road, that would make me a stripe-painter, because I am painting stripes, right?
And this is the part I really wish I'd had my camera with me at the time... because after several seconds of debate, I had to admit that there was something wrong with the trailing "arrow" truck's flashing sign saying, "Paint Striper Ahead." So you're putting stripes on paint, eh? Interesting... but if you want to put stripes on paint, howsabout doing it at Shermin-Williams and getting out of the road?
In other news, Lokomotiv got goals from Niklas Hagman (#3) and Alexander Chernikov (#2) in the third period to rally the team to a 2-1 over Donbass. The win puts us into a fourth place tie with CSKA in the conference, and 2 behind former NHLer Sandis Osolinsh's Atlant club in the division. Next up is tomorrow morning with Severstal.