Back in my youth I, like everyone else around, went to school. Strangely enough I liked school. It was a place to meet friends and show off my understanding of a wide variety of subjects. So I was none to pleased when after some inevitable late August torrential downpours in my area, my school was flooded, pushing the beginning of class back as much as two weeks.
Discovering what a sump pump was made me even madder. From the sound of things these sump pumps were incredibly effective in clearing out water taken on in even large buildings. Had the administrators not known this? Was there something wrong with their existing pumps? Had they not considered sump pump repair or the idea that they might have to replace sump pump? Were my teachers literally trying to dry a whole floor of my school with towels? Did anyone care about education at all anymore?!
Turns out none of this was true. They were pumping as fast as they could but had to replace some furniture and supplies which had been lost. My ire subsided and I managed to enter into school with a comfortable amount of respect for the administrators and educators who had done everything they could to get school back to working order.