Hey doc only bricks? For only 8 hours?
How about 9m long steel pipes - for 12hours!
When I first started to ruff neck.
Our tool push used to force drink us at the start of our 14 day hitch.
He said it help forget about the hard work still to do and enjoy the simple things!
At the start of each hitch.
The ruff necks where slow, rusty and chunky.
But as we got into our rythym.
Our work rate got better and faster - so did our thirst
The only extra rest we got, was a "short change" which transitions from daylights to grave yards.
We only got a 8 hours shift - and then back at it.
Better than ever, our tool push loved it.
Then near the end of our hitch, he would whip out the hard liquor!
Our last shifts, where always our best!
Then came time for days off, tool push hated that.
Because he knew, we would get soft, lazy and forget how to REALLY work.
It break our rythym.
And have to re-build our speed all over again.
He always said to us ruff necks.
"if you SOB's could work 30 days strait, you'd be paying 10$ less each fill up your on new F150's"
Because we would probably get so efficient and productive, with such a long hitch