Zero Tolerance to Drilling on Sundays

I understand that people are working crazy hours, shifts and so on. But Sunday morning? Really? Is it the only possible time when the drilling can be done?

Drilling is nerve-tickling as it is (unless you are the one doing the drilling then it is fun. Messy, but fun.) and one doesn’t even have to nurse a hangover.

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I have also zero tolerance to dictatorships as they always end up in civil wars.

http://www.warchild.org.uk/

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  1. Silvia Writes
    May 23, 2014 @ 04:40:52

    I’m with you. No excuse for waking me up with drilling noise on a Sunday morning … or any morning. 🙂

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