If you have the right mind set, a few tools you know how to use, and a video to teach you you are all set. Not hard but very frustrating the first time.
Done it many times on my bikes over the years. They make a set of tire spoons that work great.
Otis, I understand and I'm glad you're still here.😄 We all go through difficult chronic pain and illnesses. (((((((((HUGS))))))) and shine too you🍷
Did you apologize to Rooster for putting him on PUBLIC BLAST? You did say when asked that we should ask Rooster, indicating you were unhappy with a private conversation between you two.
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I was a bus boy at a cafeteria when i brought the trays back to the kitchen the dishwashers was eating food off of the trays someone else ate yuk yes i quit
I was a Kelly Girl for a while, which was rather fun. But one of my temp assignments was as a secretary at a mannequin company. I had to be in very early while the place was still quite dark, and the arms & legs hanging on the wall were creepy!
I was 22, and working for the University of California. Those were the days of affirmative action, so many of my co-workers were "non-white."
However, there was an unspoken rule that I could not associate with non-Caucasian people, and I did not even get it...raised in a small town, unaware of stuff like that.
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I've only had 3 jobs so far but out of the 3, I would say the worst one was my paper boy days from 15 to 18... It wasn't bad and i got paid double the whole time because they couldn't find anyone to do the 3 routes that i had.. (instead of getting 5 … Read more
I'm not sure if it counted as a job but since they paid a little bit I'm gonna count it as one, once my university threw a fair and every department brought their inventions to show it to common people and possibly find investors for mass production.
I was responsible for my own department and explained … Read more
I used to work in a factory folding parachutes for sonabuoys. (sonar submarine detectors) When review time came and they told me I wasn't folding them fast enough. I told them I wasn't an idiot and knew if I and the other three women on my line folded parachutes at the rate they required I … Read more
Early morning shift at UPS.
You get up at 3:00 am and work until 9:00 am. Did this for the first 2 years of going to college, and during the Christmas rush I got pneumonia and vertigo from working on the freezing cold holiday overflow trailer. Broken sleep schedule was a killer, and I became … Read more
A clothing store where I was paid below minimum wage, had to work 12-15 hours standing straight until past midnight with no place to sit down, the break rooms were a joke - like a mini closet where 5-6 people were stuffed in so I would rather leave break early than sit in that claustrophobic … Read more
Wow, corrections officer...I wouldn't last a millisecond in that job.
The worst I ever had was working the night shift at the campus library; it was just the hours that I hated. I didn't get home until after 2 A.M. On some days, and when I had early classes it really messed things up. Thankfully my … Read more
Mcdonald's right across the street from a high school. Why? Who the hell can live off what that company pays it's workers?
KinderCare Child Center. 😝😲😖😣
Know-it-all -foul-month-undisciplined spoiled-rotten-disrespectful children.
I made a lot of money from parents being late who didn't want to take them home 😣 after the center closed @6pm.
1 month, never returned in 30 yrears.
When I was 16, I got a job as a shoe salesman. After about 4 hours of handling stinky feet, I quit.
Mine is easily being a corrections officer. I don't miss a darn thing about it. Crappy hours, crappy pay, dangerous, hostile, terrible administration running the prison, babied inmates, treated staff like crap, worked holidays, weekends, and shift work. Makes you cynical, less trusting of others, and sometimes paranoid.
So sorry for your pain, my friend. I hope you and your doc can find a solution very soon. Seeing your posts is always a highlight of my day.