|Instrumentalist (standard:non fiction, 216 words)|
|Author: Juggernaut||Added: Jan 26 2014||Views/Reads: 1591/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Working with analytical instruments in a laboratory is much easy than working with people. Luckily for Juggernaut, he spent most of his career working with instruments.|
Instrumentalist Subba Rao Infra-red spectrograph reveals wave length in materials but could never measure at what wave length the people were operating. Using a gas Chromatograph the contents of air samples could be determined but fails to find that some people were full of hot air. X-Ray diffraction determines contents of various materials but fails to penetrate the layers of camouflage to expose the real persons underneath. Couldn't operate a lab without a Mass Spectrograph but could live happily away from mad masses. Graphite furnace can disintegrate anything but can't vaporize layers of fake politeness in real life. Easy to operate Plasma Spectrophotometer but real plasma issues were hard to handle under duress in real life. Juggernaut was blessed to spent good part of his life surrounded by various analytical instruments. That was god sent. Prefer dealing with people on every day business or work in isolation with instruments? Are you kidding me? Working with instruments always; don't have to put up artificial smile or politeness and can use colorfully profanities freely and loudly. The instruments can take the abuse day in and day out, year after year until replaced with latest model without a protest. Juggernaut has no doubt in his mind how much he enjoyed working in isolation with analytical instruments throughout his career. Tweet
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