Fucking good to hear man. Auspicious shit all over.
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Subject: Re: No subject Sat Jul 28, 2018 2:17 pm
i used to wash dishes, we had this huge industrial spray gun thing that came down from the ceiling on a long hose. pull on the end and massive pressured water shot out. you could clean anything in about two seconds without even using soap. i loved it. even getting wet from the back spray was pretty cool.
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Subject: Re: No subject Sat Jul 28, 2018 2:26 pm
I don't really have the heart for it anymore. It takes the need to prove something to properly enjoy it. In my ase I just had to show something, which I did. But I would never fucking take that job again!
I washed dishes a lot in the kibbutz, so for a of thousand people. And we did not have a power hose. Just fucking metal scrub things to clean hundreds of pans with crusts of badly grilled chicken heart pasta and what not. Nearly made me puke.
It wasn't the worst labor like job I had there, the harshest was the laundry, also because I had to be there at 4AM. Away yeah that was cool when I was 21. But still Id take a dishwashing job anytime over a call center job, or anything in the communicative service industries. That really takes the heart out of me. Manual labour is always doable.
I shared a room in a bunker type dorm for there volunteers with an ultra mellow English guy called Dave who was alway telling stories about his former employment, what stuck to me most is he had found it lucrative to dig up graves, he said a mint skull would sell for as much as 25 quid. He used to hemp-tattooo people head in on his bed, had excellent designs.