- Tenth in a series of Oil Rig Art
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Oilfield artwork of a wireline crew back in The Day
Fourth in a series of oilfield artwork
"I've always envied dudes who could fix things.
Before we got smart and gave it up, my buddies and I could get a project from 'needs to be looked at' to 'completely ruined' with an incompetence that had to be seen to be appreciated.
We'd skip over the easy stuff like oil changes, or painting a deck, and charge straight into carburetor rebuilds and plumbing. In the end we’d take twice as long and spend 5 times as much than if we'd just got qualified help.
In fact, eyewitnesses will tell you that the occasion Chris, DJ and I tried to retile the bathroom was like discovering a previously unreleased Three Stooges film."
Nyuk Nyuk - Woob Woob Woob
Oil rig art depicting historic Dingman II, circa 1914
Tenth in a series of oil rig art
I sn’t it funny how people makes all kinds of excuses NOT to do things?
“It’s too expensive. It might not work. What if I don’t do it right?”
Weigh that against the folks who start entire industries. People rave on about Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, and Steve Jobs, and rightly so, but let’s be honest here: what they worked on wasn’t in danger of blowing up or raining bits of derrick around their heads.
Outside. In the elements. With their hands and backs.
My great-grandfather left England – by himself – at 14 years of age. Not because he was fleeing for his life or was being persecuted: because he wanted the adventure of it. The opportunities appealed to him. He worked hard – and smart – and soon earned enough to bring over his parents and brother.
So I’m afraid I have little patience for ‘indecision drama’; blown up fears and hand-wringing over non-issues, over making some kind of mistake, or the worst, worrying what “they’ll” say.
To paraphrase Ayn Rand: “How can you not know what you want to do?!”
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