Why send two when four will do?

This morning started out with another group project day. Four of us went to mount a touch panel when two could do the task with very little difficulty, and three would accomplish it with ease. The inefficiencies kill me, particularly when I have things that I could be actually accomplishing like totally for reals.

The majority of us went to Fat Daddy’s in London for lunch, and then we split up to do our own things. I spent all afternoon catching up at the junior high after nearly a week away from my own work. They had some food there in the evening for parent-teacher conferences, so I picked at some of that as I stayed late to finish up some tasks. Who needs to go home half an hour early when you can stay three hours late instead?

Three for three.

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