Air fryers make up for all their short-comings with how good they are at just cooking french fries.
I’ve been working so much lately that I have no time get on here during the week and write anything. There has been a lot of overtime and it’s hard for me to turn it down. I wanna call it easy money and a lot of times it is, but lately they’ve been making us earn it.
I never really thought of physical labor in this way when I was younger, but now that I’m older I really question whether trading time and physical labor is really worth it. It’s like, my main asset is based on the fact that I’m not disabled and am able to complete tasks that are often painful and laborious.
I still don’t know.
There was a guy at my last job who retired shortly after I started working there. He worked in the oil refinery for over 40 years. I went to his retirement party and noticed his brother was there. His brother was a white collar guy. They looked so similar and even had the same voices and mannerisms.
The white collar guy was overweight and mushy looking.
The blue collar guy was noticeably weathered a bit more from the elements that come along with a classic outdoor labor job. He was also much more muscular and relatively fit for a guy nearing 70 years old. This was especially noticeable when he was next to his brother. To me his brother looked like an inferior version of him. I could have been biased though. I’m sure his brother’s peers might have an opinion contrary to mine. I don’t know who is right.
To be honest I don’t even know why I even think about this the way I do. I know deep down I don’t feel like I did enough if I’m not at least in a little bit of pain at the end of day. That’s just how I am.