Not to mention finding "curlies" in the keyboard.
That's what "scalding" means.
Who in the hell signs up for a study where they receive second-degree burns on their hands?
It's amazing how utterly disgusting office workers can be. No wonder mice love those places.
Psychologists at the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management have found that handling money can alleviate both physical and emotional pain. In one experiment, test subjects were found to feel less pain when their hands were dipped into scalding water after counting money. Lead author Kathleen Vohs said, "When people are reminded of money in a subtle manner by counting out hard currency, they experience painful situations as being not very painful. You could think about being able to charge yourself up before you encounter pain. When I used to run marathons, I would've maybe wanted to be reminded of money first."
Starting as a peon in I.T., I saw my share of giant spiders and rats in . Harrowing work of a cable runner. Good motivation to get that career moving, though!
My brother and I recorded a new EP recently, and we're choosing to leave it unmastered. We'd rather have people turn it up than lose dynamics.