Good evening. I just recently began using the forums, and I decided a good way to get to know my fellow capsuleers might be to use an icebreaker I once learned in business school. So: what is the absolute worst job you have ever undertaken?
For myself, I was once tasked by a Gallente agri-corp with transporting several containers of cryogenically frozen hens for a young colony. Unfortunately, one of the containers was sealed improperly, and to make matters worse, that container happened to be near an air duct opened for repairs. Half of that container was irrevocably lost and the vents would spit out feathers intermittently for months afterward, but luckily I was able to recuperate the loss somewhat by marketing a chicken purée.