Literally anywhere I go, we begin scoping away how the AC was done by them. Just how are the ports laid away. What type of vent (actually diffuser, grille, or registers) did they normally use? Oh my god we can't think they did not ...
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- Literally anywhere I go, I start scoping out how they did the AC. How are the vents laid out. What kind of vent (actually diffuser, grille, or registers) did they use? Oh my god I can't believe they didn't insulate that! That's actually a pretty clever routing for that ductwork. I don't even want to do this. It just happens.
- I do the same thing when I see networking equipment/cables out in the open
- I'm the same way with websites. "Wow, this site is so repulsively difficult to use and ugly to boot. I wonder how many web devs got liver disease in the making of this."
- Websites, logo design, video, animation everything media fml
- I legit look at how the atoms are configured whenever I see something physical that humans have a concept for.
- Let's not talk about media. That is a rabbit hole. I can't watch any movie or series without excruciatingly scrutinising the production work flow, editing, or talent skills. It kinda sucks because I can't enjoy anything unless everything is perfect to a certain extent.
- I do the same thing when I hear any song. It's maddening.
- When you're at a high school football game and someone is singing the anthem and all you can hear is how facking sharp they are.
- Self awareness is an all encompassing lesson to learn.
- My dad was a pipe-fitter and welder for most of his life. Always funny because we'll walk into any building and he'll immediately be like, the welds on that beam are awful , or check out that 8" line with victaulic fittings; you could say I put a few of those up. They didn't do half bad a job! Definitely a sense of pride.
- My dad worked for the city and every time we drive through the city he'll say, "I painted this road," or on other streets, "Look at that shitty job... some people have no pride in their work," Read more comments