PR-1 lit up a cavity in daytime again.
I got a call to check out a "washout" under a concrete wall next to a bridge. I get there and the bosses are looking at the situation. One boss gets all on his knees looking under the wall. I hand him my PR-1 and he sees all of the issue. His eyes got real big as he saw how bright that little light is. He was the big boss and was not aware I carry a flashlight everywhere. A bit later the other bosses that do know I carry walk up and one says "can I use you retina scorcher please?"...
Thatz like the 4th or 5th time the PR-1 has been used by that fellow.
Non-learner or just cheap?
I try to teach my sons not to depend on others for their needs. Last week we were working away from home and it was a cold day. When we exited the truck I see him put my hat on.
Me - "Why are you wearing my hat?"
Son - "It's cold, dad and you have two."
Me - "Yes, because when one becomes wet I'll have a dry one in the truck."
Son - "Can I wear it?"
Me - "No. Your mother isn't working here."
Son - "What does that mean?"
Me - "It means you're old enough (18) to think about what you'll need before we leave the house,........ instead of playing on the computer up until it's time to walk out the door."
~ Chance who likes a dry hat
Yikes... he's only 18. Why not let him borrow the hat? Only give him guff if he a) fails to take care of it, or b) fails to return it. Sheesh.
Oh, you're a hard man, CG.
Did you let him wear it after that?
If you're considered old enough to vote.... You're old enough to wear your own hat. :santa:
I'm known as Sgt Dad by my kids CG but....
Handing my project manager a flashlight.... well it's kinda like when a surgeon says "scapple" to the nurse. It would not be ideal to say "get your own scapple doc".
Plus I get lots of style points.