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Physical Setup

Today was one of those days when I actually worked. A lot. We were supposed to basically supervise the setup of a big room we'll be using in July for our gigantic headlining exercise, for the division, and the Singaporean Army. We got there, and found that the unit had only sent one guy, a young sergeant, who was under the impression that his duties were to bring us the materials, and we were supposed to set the room up. Rather than argue, and force a Congressional oversight meeting, we just set the damn room up. We unfolded about 65 tables, and assembled a similar number of recently painted wooden mapboard partitions, and placed them around the room. I'm not upset that we had to do manual labor. I got a lot of good exercise, and my hands are like meatloaf now, but if I had known that we were going to be working like that, I would have come to work in jeans and a t-shirt.

On Friday, we start stringing cable. That'll be a real gas.

3:22 PM, Jun 21, 2006


anonymouse had this to say:

have you ever considered sucking it up?

6:24 PM, Jun 21, 2006

bahua interjected:

You're not anonymous! You're cole! Don't make me change your name!

6:28 PM, Jun 21, 2006

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