A member of FOCM who has recently retired after 30+ years of government service has requested help in coming up with a variety of answers to the question he is often asked – What are you going to do today? He has been responding with: “whatever the hell I want”.
He would like some other funny, sarcastic and/or sounds real but means nothing responses.
So, let’s brainstorm some responses. To help you get started:
This one was taken from a friend’s facebook post and I modified it a bit:
I am going to replace the impellers on my two Rio 20HF return pumps and Sedra 5000 skimmer pump. I expect electricity usage to drop by 0.4 Amp.
Uncouple the thermocoupler on the HVAC and replace it with copper spherical bearings.
Work on increasing the wattage of the flux capacitors.
7 thoughts on “FOCM Brainstorming Assignment”
I’m working on a solution to world hunger. But that’s so easy, I’ve decided to limit myself to the following tools: a deck of cards, a trowel, a Ziploc bag, a paper clip and a AAA battery. That should fill up my time nicely, thanks for asking.
I’ve been wanting to replace my roof for a while and recently found out my neighbor had the same inclination. Today we’re going to start a project where we’re going to exchange roofs, as I like his shingle colors better anyway.
Excellent, those are awesome.
Submitted by FOCM Member Ali Hussein via Facebook Messenger:
God gave me another glorious day to enjoy.
Submitted by FOCM Member Ed Preciado via email:
“I’ll be teaching Klingon at the University”
trying to figure out what I did the last 30 years.
First – sit on the closest beach. Second – start making two list. One is your bucket list. The second is your f**kit list. Third – start immediately to tackle one and forget about the other. It’s really that simple!
1. I figured I would start delivering that mail I have been throwing in my basement all these years….
2. Well, I recently recovered from the enterovirus, thank goodness, but now I might have Ebola (no more conversation is needed as all other participants have left the building.