Weather supposed to be mid 50's and cloudy on Thursday.
Maybe getting out of the freezing rut finally.
Years ago as a beginning industrial electrician, I saw a mistake in the prints I was working with. I tried to tell the engineer that drew them up about the mistake (print showed 120 VAC being wired to what was obviously a 24VDC Allen Bradley PLC rack), to no avail so I wired it as drawn and when the panel was powered up, it blew up or blew out about $10,000 worth of components. Tried to tell the moron, but guess who lost their job.
TOTD: What was the stupidest or silliest reason you ever lost a job?