…as a guy who used to work at McDonald’s and clean carpets and swing a hammer for a living, I had not had a real job in over 15 years. It was sort of nice to do it, albeit if I did it for more than a day and a half at a time I’d kill myself, but it was nice to actually roll up my sleeves and act like a civilian for a change. (…)
[T]he post office is probably not the place you want to go if you want to be infused with patriotism and a renewed sense of vigor.
I think we’re getting to the point where everyone’s getting fat and everyone’s getting allergic, or claims to be allergic to something and people can’t walk from their front door to their car without a bottle of water in their hand because they have to hydrate every three and half steps. It’ll come full circle and we’ll get back to building bridges and skyscrapers.