Noone wants to go to Mr. Reid’s

None of my fellow HVAC technicians like to service the system at Mr.


I’ve known Mr. Reid for a very long time, because he was my second grade science teacher. Mr. Reid taught at the elementary, middle, and high school for almost 50 years. When I was in school, he was a mean, grumpy guy. Still, he taught me a lot about biology, chemistry, and physics. Now that mr. Reid is older, he is even more grouchy. Last time one of my fellow HVAC technicians went to service the system, mr. Reid kicked him out of the house. When it came time to service the HVAC system again, none of my co-workers wanted to take the job. I agreed to service the HVAC unit, as long as I could have an hour for lunch. I decided to perform the HVAC service call first thing in the morning. I hoped mr. Reid would be in a good mood. He was sitting on the front porch with a glass of sweet tea, when I pulled into the driveway. As soon as I got out of my HVAC service truck, he told me to get back in and park on the street. I did as I was told, and I backed up the van and parked adjacent to the house. I walked up to the house and introduced myself. The guy barely said two words, and pointed in to the house. I walked through the kitchen and saw a door open to the basement. I walked down the stairs, turned on the light, and got started with my job. I was in and out in less than an hour.

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