I wonder if day-shift folk find it easier to cope with times when there's nothing to do. I mean, even though I've adjusted myself pretty well to these hours, I still feel like dozing off; I'll bet that's less of a problem during the day. On the other hand, there's probably more pressure to appear busy during the day, and I've always hated that. I suppose around about 3:30 or 4:00 am, when I'm really getting used to the situation, some hot job will come in and I'll have to figure out a way to crank it up and help get the job out the door. *sigh*
Molly Ivins: "The president of the United States does not have the sense God gave a duck -- so it's up to us. You and me, Bubba."
Although she mentions the need for Congress to act, she unfortunately does not make it clear what Bubba, you, and/or I can do to change the situation. But it must change. This cannot go on.
Anybody got any ideas about what we can do?