> Guess I should be grateful that I have a wonderful large sink that
yes, you should be. i have a great art room, but the plumbing is old and the
sinks have NO traps. at the end of first semester, my sinks completely
clogged (and i am extra careful that nothing goes in that shouldn't) for the
first time in 3 years (a miracle). the custodial staff ran sulfur through (a
hit with the rest of the school, as you can imagine) and snaked it, and ran
more sulfur through and eventually broke the pipes. so my principal (i am
so jealous of those of you who have good ones) called me in and accused me
of destroying the pipes. he had a bowl from my room full of sludge from the
drain, and wanted to know "what is THAT?!" i thought he was going to rub my
nose in it and hit me with a rolled up newspaper. he refused to have the
sinks fixed until summer and told me, "well, the students will just have to
wash their hands without water. they can use paper towels."
i have a half sink on another wall where only the cold can turn on because
the "hot" handle hits the wall, so i've had to scale down on a lot of
projects. not as much painting and no printing. considering no repairs have
ever been made to my room over the summer, i'll believe it when i see it.
not that i have to, since i'm leaving (yay!)
sorry, i just really had to tell that story. what a moron.
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