A long time ago I was at a job interview, and the interviewer said she was concerned that the work wasn't hard enough for me, that I might become bored, find myself hating the job, and stop doing any work while continuing to come in.
I said no, before that happened I would certainly quit. Or else show up one day with a shotgun and murder everyone in the office.
There was a long pause.
“I probably shouldn't have said that.”
I got the job.
According to this 2004 New York Times article, United Methodists Move to Defrock Lesbian:
and yet here we are.
The Bosch web site said I should call if I wasn't sure whether their blade would fit in my tool. So I called. After about ten minutes on hold, I got the rep and asked my question: "Will your T-shank blades work in my Black and Decker handheld jigsaw?"
"I need the part or model number of the blade."
"I am interested in model T130DG."
"That is a T-shank blade. Does your saw take T-shank blades?"
"Yes, that is exactly what I am asking."
"Our blade will work in your saw, if your saw is compatible with T-shank blades."
Thanks, Bosch. I will decide to buy your blade, if your blade is something that I decide to buy.