Looking back, from time to time I've had to do some pretty horrible things to make a living. I even worked in a sweat shop Truck tire retreading plant, Heck, that place was dangerous! Rims and Tire moulds would blow on a weekly basis. But the worst, was working in the Menswear dept of Sears over Christmas. To explain, I had been in Canada one week, I had difficulty understanding what people wanted (What's a Took?) plus, I did not know the currency, I had to look at the coins to see the numbers to know how many Cents they were. That doesn't go down well when you have 6 or 7 people waiting at your checkout! Even worse, between Christmas and New year, the store was empty, But, I was expected to LOOK Busy! That meant doing things like taking all the men's pants off a rack, then putting them back arranged by colour and size, even if they were in order in the first place. Anyone else have stories?