It's always a fucked up day over here
Well, yeah, I think that's pretty much a given.
I got called in to talk to the senior management conference call about why I let the designers put a fuse on the mainline when we NEVER PUT THE FUSE ON THE MAINLINE, EVER. Didn't matter much that the project plan, prepared by a team of our most senior and trusted engineers, showed it that way; nor that it's only about three hours of field work to put it right.
Got bitched out by one of the project managers about not getting a permit from the City that she needed, and why wasn't I supervising these people better, etc.
I had a customer demand to see me about a project I know nothing about and have nothing to contribute to, and have to make the meeting tomorrow mostly for the sake of not burning bridges.
I have to keep explaining why our design contractors can't figure out how to install a pole, much less prepare a drawing that doesn't prompt bitter laughter and head-shaking from the field crews.
But, I haven't had anyone bring in any potential bombs lately, so overall I guess it hasn't been all that bad.