Wow do I look stupid... ha. Lets see, today I put door latch in the slider door of a van. tested it, before I closed it, worked fine. Put the panels back on, got it buttoned up. Closed the door, won't open. Long story short on that, the rear latch rod needed to be adjusted tighter, I did that after the initial mistake but not enough. My lead tech on my team had me redo it and sure enough it worked. I looked dumb and did a .9 hour job in 2 hours... Then another van (from the same company even, Comcast), came in and needed 2 tires. The driver front was flat as was the spare, neither could be patched. So I reqed up the tires(first I ordered the wrong tires but the mistake was caught). Then I went to install them. Lucky for me all the equipment at work is the same as the stuff we had at school. Same balancer, same tire machines, same BG flush equipment. I dismounted both tires pretty quick, took a bit of remembering but I got it done fine. Then I couldn't remember for the life of me how to mount them... Another tech showed me and acted like I was the biggest idiot in the world for not knowing. Apparently I need to look over some of my school notes for refreshers on things. I was too focused on fabrication stuff at the end I let stuff slip from my mind. Oh well, yesterday I racked up a whopping .67 clock hours, maybe today I made 1, haha. Luckily I'm hourly for now. Business is REALLY slow right now too, my lead tech was saying its going to suck for me when I go flat rate cause there isn't work.