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Friday, May 16, 2008

The transitive property of laundry

I have to admit that laundry is definitely not one of the perks of being a massage therapist. Wash - Dry - Fold - repeat. Occasionally, I splurge and have the laundromat do the works, it's really nice and I have to admit I think they make folding an artform. This, as many complaints, is one of those that is equally positive and negative. More laundry means more sessions and more sessions mean more money - so more laundry means more money. I don't like this fact but it holds - algebra says so.

It makes me wonder how many things have this dual negative and positive in life. Can everything be looked at in this way?


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Have you ever considered laundry service? I broke down the cost and found it was less than $2 per client. The time and energy it saves me is well worth more than the $2.
Plus, I never have to think about topics like oil stains and replacement costs.