I'll start by saying this past Wednesday wasn't good. Got home from work, and got an after hours call, because the people were going to die if it got any warmer than 76 in their house. It took me 2 1/2 hours round trip, 20 minutes to fix, and 10 minutes of paper work to get their A/C working. Then it got worse.
I go to bed, and at exactly 2:18 AM, the smoke alarms start going off. I have 4 of them in this place, and they were loud, and since there was no fire, I was more than upset. I hear monitors don't like obscene language, so I'll leave it at that. I'll be the first to admit that I don't follow that daylight savings time of changing the batteries twice a year rule, as I only change the batteries once a year.
The reason is becuse they are hardwired in anyway, so once a year should be sufficient. I pick a day of the year that I dislike as much as I do bringing the ladder in, and changing the stupid batteries. April 15, of every year. I bought the batteries on the 13th, changed them, pushed the test button, they screached to life, and then decided that one had to be bad at 2:18 AM just 2 days later.
I am completely done with that stupid rabbit. From now on I only by the copper top.
Charlie Sheen was right, an M-60 for that drum beating rabbit.