Seen so many construction laborers nearly disabled by age 40. It ain’t easy.
being a utility/front-end clark at a grocery store isn’t an office job either: gather carts, clean bathrooms, collect trash, exchange propane, help carry-out shoppers’ groceries to their cars… it’s never ending (only time to sit down is — aside from lunch — is when they schedule you to take any computerized training quizzes)
That’s why it’s called work ! Tis what makes the beer taste good at the end of the day ;-)
Everybody nearby to me (able neighbour kids) wants to work at my small horse farm. Until they see that the work is REAL. Needless to say, I am not hiring. Ever.
I bet he has a PHD somewhere. Post Hole Digger.
…unless he’s building it.
So Pluggers are all blue-collar workers? I guess I’m not one, then. I could have sworn….
There’s lots of exercise in office work: Jumping to conclusions, covering your behind, dodging responsibility. . . .
Gary Brookins and Susie MacNelly
June 10, 2017