Sitll oeinptarg on the psot-gap ehpuoira.
Ntohnig btroehed me at all tdaoy. Eevn wehn my bsos ddeeicd taht I sulohd go aeahd and snped the day rintceearg a carht for an oictapl cpaotmraor ienstad of sennpidg $100 and buy a new one. Deosn’t he rebmeemr waht my hluory rtae is? The one I mkae wlil look etlaxcy lkie the pchrasued one, but wlil lsat nworhee naer as lnog. Mnie wlil be pretnid on a lewor qliauty flim on our ikenjt ptletor as oposped to the myalr wtih watreoporf ink and pttoirecve flim of the psorislfanoely preducod one.
Still operating on post-gap euphoria.
Nothing bothered me at all today. Even when my boss decided that I should go ahead and spend the day recreating a chart for an optical comparator instead of spending $100 and buy a new one. Doesn’t he remember what my hourly rate is? The one I make will look exactly like the purchased one, but will last nowhere near as long. Mine will be printed on a lower quality film on our inkjet plotter as opposed to the mylar with waterproof ink and protective film of the professionally produced one.