A random day

by Daye04  24 March, 2009 at 11:40 pm (Blog) Tags: , , ,

I’ve finally managed to creat a blog (This one. A translation of my other blog) Wich actually works =D

Aaaaallright. Here we go. Have you had a nice day? That’s good =D

I thought I’d start of with telling you something about our onboard electrical department. First we’ll take the basics. It contains a completely educated electrician – Goran. An educated internet-company-electrician, who’s here to recieve maritime training to become a maritime electrician – Niksa. And then you have the two of us. The two marine electrician apprentices. Me and Bear-boy

Here’s what I was planning on telling you. The electrical department is starting to remind me a bit about Days of Our Lives. You see. We’ve got Goran, who’s complaining about Bear-boy and Niksa not following his orders, and that Niksa’s not very eager to learn. Niksa is whining about Goran being to harsh on him. And Bear-boy is running around unaware, and sheepy as allways.

Let’s jump to this day. This has been an eventful day, dear readers. I’ll do it in a rush. Now, first Niksa got the assignment of documenting every spare-motor we had. After that Bear-boy continued his work. And so I enclosed it. Shortly after I was told to paint a door (I know. I was just as suprised myself). And so when I were standing there painting, second engineer came up. When he saw the paint I had spilled on the floor, he started going out of his skin. Seriously. He was standing there like “Aaaaaaaaaaaaaah”. It was totally ridicioulus to listen to. I mean. Who’s starting to cry about some paint being spilled on the floor? It’s not like the paint has dryed. And besides, it’s metal-floor. No problem to clean. But I digress. Back to the topic at hand. After that he said that this was completely bullshit, and that I had to be more careful and etc. I don’t know how many of you have worked on a vessel before, but here the ranking means a whole lot. I can’t talk back to him. So I was standing there, taking it while thinking “Fucking moron”. Of course, this was annoying me. I kept it inside until I later that day drew diffrent smileys around the workshop, and thought about Max Payne 3. This did well.

But okay. Now to something in between. Me and Goran found a fault in the system. The motor-system, that is. Goran then went straight to Niksa and told him that he was to figure it out. Niksa were tying to ask Goran something while Goran were walking out of the door. Goran didn’t answer. This resulted in a very angry Niksa. Throwing stuff on the ground and all. Afterwards he went out to fiks this system. I, even though I were told by Goran not to help them, told them what motor Goran were talking about. You see. Our small “trainee”-department is helping eachother. Though this is kinda interesting, since I’m also teaming up Goran too. The thing is that I agree with Nikse according to several points. But Goran is definetely right when he says that Niksa doesn’t pay enough attention. Because he doesn’t. He’s not interested enough. And for all it’s worth, I can understand why. He’s leaving wife and kids behind to work here. And the reason why? Just because they doesn’t have enough money back home. That gotta be a bad situation.

And that’s the blog of the day. What are you saying? You’re not interested in my life? Well too bad for you, then! You’re the one reading my blog. Does it look like I care if you’re interested or not?
*Rushes to upload a picture of my face without nose or mouth*

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