Happy to hear this, samkin; enjoy it. Sorry you were treated badly
. It does take all kinds-- as the president of a coop in NYC, I headed up a project to put a new roof on our 100 yo warehouse bldg. in dealing with my team, architects, prof engineers, asbestos experts, and all the workers, I was treated with respect. Then, when it's time for a NYC mandatory furnace insp, the burly guy sub-contracted by the FDNY cornered me in the furnace room with his chest/belly inches from my chest, demanding to speak to one of the men on the B of D. I hit 911, then FDNY. He turned even redder when NYPD put him outside our bldg gate, and then white when he learned I was part of FDNY family. He was let go from FDNY's roster of subs.