If you're working on the line in the packaging section of a factory, this is one of the best jobs you can have. You take all the rejects, fix them and put them back on the conveyor belt.

Within days you'll be able to determine the problem just by the box's feel in your hand. After a couple weeks, you'll be able to tell just by the sound it makes when it's kicked off the line.

When you hear the kick, you'll amend the problem quickly, reseal the box with your trusty glue gun and put it back on the line. And then, your work finished for the moment, you'll return to staring at a particularly entrancing portion of the machine until you hear it kick again.

Sometimes there're krazy-ass mutations that you can't rework. There's nothing like the gore of a completely crushed, smashed and mangled product to brighten your day.

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