Thanks. I appreciate the euphemism. I always wanted to be somethin'.
In my mind, one of the unheralded and underappreciated professions is that of the trucker, the one who drives the big rig. It has to be a lonely job and one seemingly mundane, but one done well and proficiently.
Whenever I drive through Dallas, putting my life on the line as we weave through detours and stuff around the I-30 & I-35 junctions and such, I'm repeatedly impressed with the eighteen-wheelers.
Cars will weave all over the road and as the road turns or winds will be prone to ooze over into my lane, etc. But the trucks manage to stay in their lanes.
Now, don't get me wrong. There a few places I dread being than being sandwiched between an 18-wheeler and a barricade/wall, but I've never had one come into my lane. I guess these folks are just professionals, but they haul all sorts of cag to keep this country going and they do so by having better mastery over their own vehicles than do the average humans with their tiny little vehicles.
On top of all that, what about how they can whip those things around when backing them up? Most folks can't back up in their own driveways, but these guys put the backdoor right on the loading dock, seemingly with ease.
What can I say? I'm impressed. Those guys are really somethin'.