I was hoping to kill two birds by taking a book truck of textbooks along with me to lunch, the hope being I could catch the teachers who wanted the books before THEY went to lunch. I had my sandwich in a bag sitting on the cart. As I was maneuvering through the throngs of students a staff member came up to me and asked if that was my sandwich on the cart. I looked, it was gone! They said a student had grabbed it! I declined to follow up on it, I just did not want to know who it was. It would taint any future dealings I had with 'em, I'd have to do the paperwork, just forget about it. I hope they enjoyed it, I made it with my own two hands. I probably should have washed my hands before making it, though...
This afternoon I was shifting shelves, actually shifting the same shelves again, having not shifted them quite enough the first time, when I noticed...
Some slight visual exaggeration of the slant due to camera angle. But the iPhone tells the truth.
How come I didn't notice the 2% slant the when I straightened that shelf earlier this week?
For comparison, Wikipedia says that a 1% or less grade is the norm on a mainline railroad, over a 2.2% grade would be extremely rare.
It may rain tonight, it certainly is a little chilly!
I see the they are at work on the bathroom next door. I wonder if I am next? I have heard nothing.