How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Oh holy crap...

Alan's replacing the pump himself. Yes, our landlord finally arrived, and he's currently removing the pump from the furnace so that he can bring it with him and make sure he gets the right replacement, and then he's going to install it himself.

This is the man who lays down carpet in randomly shaped sections, and lays sheetrock over vaguely decent plaster and generally cob-jobs (or Herbies) anything he fixes. And now he's fixing something involving fire in my basement. You understand my concern.

At any rate, Cory Doctorow gets even cooler when he not only reads emails from random phreaks like me, but replies a handful of hours later.

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