Anyone ever notice how slow oil-based paint dries? I can leave my paint brush out for two hours and the paint can open and go back and do a second coat. It'll even dry slow in sunlight. Not like latex that almost dries on the brush before you even get it to the surface when sunlight is on it. I wonder if kids huff the stuff. I like it because it smooths out so nice and is very durable. It doesn't look cheap like latex paint. It doesn't flake off like latex does. It usually takes the wood with it. I wonder why we live in a latex world nowadays. I'm pretty bored, as you might guess. I painted two doorframes and two windows and am waiting to start the second coat. I was looking through my benefits of my new job today while I watch the paint dry. They'll actually pay for $150/yearly for a fitness club membership. I wonder how many people even know about it. Too bad I'm too lazy to consume an hour every day at dagym. It'd work out to less than $10/month to go to the gym. If you were to take showers at the gym instead of at home it'd actually pay to have a membership. Yes, I'm that much of a cheap bastard where I even calculated that out. 9 days of paid holidays, 1 paid personal day, and 24 days of paid vacation. That's crazy. GM employees don't get it that good until they have 20 years in. The medical benefits are almost as good as GM's also. Well, the PPO thing kind of sucks but oh well. A little bit lacking in the dental and you have to pay for optical... which unless you're blind it's cheaper to pay out of pocket than it is to pay for optical (well, you're getting an improvement on a bunch of other stuff also but since I don't have any prescriptions and haven't done anything but get shots in 10 years... optical is what caught my eye since I wear contacts). The weird part is that I don't start putting in retirement for two years... they put in 10.55% and will match up to 2%... with a maximum of 14.55% but there is no age at which you're required or limited to retire. It hasn't started yet but I'm supposed to get my interweb at home paid for by them and a cellular phone paid for by them.