June 22, 2021

Three (Thousand) Landscapers and a Funeral

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I'm almost positive that if night shifters were a species, landscapers would be their natural enemies. And if I may go a little further, I would say that at least three thousand of them live in my street. However, this can be an exaggeration provoked by long nights deprived of good sleep, thanks to the extra shifts I've been doing lately. 

In this episode, I will share some funny interactions with 9 to 5 workers interrupting my sleep during the day. We will go through the symptoms working the graveyard shift can produce, and we will also analyze the shocking opening paragraph of the Hazards Magazine about the consequences of working while everyone else is sleeping.

Tune in to Episode 4 of Overnight Observations, and feel free to evaluate if working in the graveyard shift still looks like a good idea. 

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • The gas company guy always rings four times (3:09)
  • Every time the weather gets nice, a landscaper is born (4:54)
  • Some alarming data from the Hazards Magazine (7:01)
  • Some options us, night shifters have (9:22)

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