When I was in retail shelving was a constant concern. I don’t know if it still is, but here was never enough of it. Also peg hooks. People would wrench pegs off the walls which would leave a spot that was unusable until it was replaced or repaired. Except we weren’t supposed to repair things, we were supposed to put in a repair order. Never mind that the back rook had an extensive tool kit for, presumably, doing repairs. In the near decade I worked at one place no repair order was ever fulfilled. What repairs that got done we did. In point of fact I did most of them since dad actually taught me how to repair things as a child. Even when the store was remodeled things were left in a state of disrepair. Now of course the store is gone and I wonder if anything I did really mattered at all.
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