I threw a lot of energy into my post last night with watching/listening to the Neo-Stalwart/Republican debate that I really don't have anything to contribute this morning. (Hey Neumann, get your ad on YouTube already!) Working 10 hour days teaching is so completely different from working 10 hours on a shop floor. It's not even that my job is that taxing physically, it just doesn't provide that intuitive "spark" that I get when I'm in front of a class. To quote the movie "Office Space": "It's a problem of motivation."
Oh well. Work that pays the bills is better than no work at all.
Random Thought: Rep. Kelda Roys, I used to really enjoy pointing at you as an example of a great legislator. Sadly, the way your campaign has gone nuclear in the last week has severely undercut my taste for you. I heard the stories back in 2011 about you trying to take one of now Senator Jessica King's campaign managers or staffers, or something of the sort, and chalked it up to everyone wanting the highest quality people. Sadly, in this light it just looks like even back then it was as people said: attempted undercutting and deceptive stealing of personnel.
Come on... you should know that Democrats in this state, especially in Madison, loathe the type of campaign you are running. We likely will welcome you back to elected office at some point, but not now.