hard to do as a front end guest advocate but I like the idea.When I first started working Tech I would practice locking/unlocking all the boxes/spiders/pogs/doors during any quiet/slower times.
I’m sure I was on APs radar until I told them what I was doing. Now it’s just the liquor ones that still give me trouble.
I was quite good at untangling those things at my old job. I was also very frustrated because keeping them untangled is so freaking easy, but obviously not as easy as just throwing them in a box or drawer and letting them become a mess. Lazy lazy lazy people.I remember there being a huge 100lb tangle of them under the electronics boat which looked to be about 40 hours worth of detangling. In those benighted days before the light of modernization I was occasionally scheduled as a tangle-wrangler with a chair in the security room putting spiders on Apple products and consoles all day before they switched to not doing that and letting the high dollar shit pile up in there without wraps. Perhaps corporate rationally assumed that nobody in their right mind would ever buy a console, though incredibly enough I actually witnessed it happen a couple times