A huge thanks to Bill Basler for providing the correct term for the gear belt thing in the ceiling. It’s called a “Line Shaft” he claimed I would sound smarter by using that term. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! hold on! I need to wipe the dribble of the keyboards. If thats all it took, I would figure out how to integrate LINE SHAFT into all my conversations.
“Yes, Mr Thompson, I feel that your issue of getting all your companies around the globe could be solved by a Line Shaft! So they all work together in harmony and utilize one source of power, thus saving you 90% on your energy bills.”See? I am even impressed with myself.
Anyway, today, I am back in the Railway Office hopefully finishing up with Jim on the ceiling. George came in and knew each piece and where it came from. The green ones are from an old Byboat workshop down the way. AHHHHHHistory! I love it.
Of course I think George thinks now for sure I am completely nuts. Until I whip out.. Yes George, the historical nature of the metal roofing inside brings a complete bond of time, materials and aligned with the LINE SHAFT that threads it all though a timeless HBKDUDYVBJYTVCJDY, dam it, I dribbled some Joe on the keyboard again.