Argh, the whistling ... I believe I know why Blubber Blabber does this. He doesn't have anyone to talk to, so his brain must compensate by being annoying to anyone within earshot. When I sat down this morning, he turned around and looked directly at me for what seemed like 5 minutes, but I refused to look back. I pretended I didn't see him staring. I knew he was just looking for an excuse to talk to me, and you just can't give that away or you're done for.
The last couple days I've been in here, I've used the time to catch up on work related to my dayjob. This is also why I haven't really been posting, because it's not exactly stuff I can disseminate.