We are getting really comfortable and back to our old routines.
These other two guys, who clearly knew what they were doing showed up and made him climb up his ladder. Like, I watched them as they literally stood by and made him climb up the ladder himself. They hooked up a new cable and were on their way. He still couldn't get it to work and stomped around my front room for another couple of hours. He kept saying, "This company says that it values safety, but that was way too dangerous. I am surprised that I made it."
I am surprised too, that he still has a job.
He was there from 10 to 2 and when he finally got things working I cheered. I thought he would be happy that he had finally figured it out, but he just sighed. I think he was realizing that he was going to have to go start again at another house.
Poor dude. He drove me crazy, but I still couldn't help but feel a little sorry for him.
When they asked me to fill out a customer survey I declined because I don't want that terrifying trip up the ladder to be his last. Maybe I should have because it is probably just a matter of time until he gets fired anyway.
|I can't se this photo without cracking up.|