No one seems to know how it happened, but we all have our suspicions that the boss’ son was involved. A couple of times me and other people have come in early and found him a sleep in his office, reeking of smoke and alcohol. At any rate someone seems to have overflowed one of the toilets somehow and when we came into work the place was partially flooded, so I had to figure out how to get an emergency plumber in Essex county NJ to get out there and fix it as soon as possible. I happened to have a pair of swim trunks and some flip flops in my trunk, since I know a woman who has a pool and she randomly invites me over. At any rate I changed into them and hung up my shirt and jacket, then I helped the janitor try to push out as much of the water as we could. All the others acted as though it was not their job, which I suppose is somewhat of a valid idea. When the boss’ son did show up he did his best to seem innocent, and it is not as though I am going to pretend that I want to stick my nose in this mess. It is a family business after all and this is exactly the sort of thing that is liable to happen when you have a lot of nepotism in an organization. It seems to me that you would just be a lot better off if you just cut the guy a check and told him to go off and do whatever. From what I can tell there is not going to be a difference if you never saw him. Again that is not something I intend to suggest to the boss.