The Dumbest DIY Project I’ve Ever Seen

I’ve been working as an electrician for almost a year now and I’ve seen things that have made me stop in my tracks simply because of how ridiculous they were. I’ve been on jobs that honestly didn’t require an electrician, just plain simple logic. I understand if you can’t use a breaker if you’ve been […]

The New Job.

Man has it been a long time since my last post. Aside from the NHL lockout not providing any inspiration to write, ive been kept really busy with my new job. Like I told you in my last post, I graduated from my electricity program last August. It took a few weeks to get a […]

Wrong Number

I got a phone call this morning and it was a wrong number. Funny thing is, i knew the person who was calling. Turns out that one of the other Robs that used to work at McDonald’s with me hadn’t shown up for his shift. The manager was trying to call him to let him […]

Earning My Stripes

After last night I can honestly say that I have earned my stripes. Just not in the traditional sense of the expression. Last night was a pretty busy night at Tim’s. I don’t know if it was because of the people at the soccer game near by trying to get out of the rain, or […]

My Tips Aren’t Up For Grabs

I know that customers aren’t obligated to tip us at Tim Horton’s and I understand that customer doesn’t like to feel like it’s expected of them. I agree 100% that whether or not a cashier will get a tip should be based on merit and not because it’s what social convention dictates. I am extremely […]

The Bag of Loonie Rollers

Not too long ago I started working at Tim Horton’s because I needed a second job. We make pretty good tips there and my delivery partner from the AV store wanted to help me out by giving me coin rollers. I figured it was a good idea. I wouldn’t have to pay for coin rollers, […]

2011 In Review.

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,400 times in 2011. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people. Click here to […]