The worst job I ever had was working in a supermarket meat and cheese department. It was OK cutting and packing the cheese. It was OK packing the cuts of meat. What wasn’t OK was having to scrub the walk-in freezer floor with a wire-brush in order to remove congealed blood! Bloody cold!!
An absolutely amazing article by Jeff Wise.
And what the passengers may have experienced.. http://jeffwise.net/2011/12/09/what-passengers-experienced-during-af447s-final-moments/
The good news – Cheam Village now has a sweet shop which opened today. The bad news – another barbers has opened, making 3 in the space of 50 metres, with the new one directly opposite an existing, established one. So which one of these barbers will close first? What Cheam really needs is a book shop, preferably a second-hand bookshop.
What’s with the trains today? Finally made it to Dorking and eventually managed to pick up the North Downs Way heading for Gomshall, I guess about 5 or so miles along a good, waymarked path. A rather grey day with some nice sunbeams through the clouds. Trains from Gomshall are every 2 hours and I just missed one! Amazingly there are still country bus routes and half-hourly as well.