You know how good it feels after years on the job to be appreciated for your hard-won insight and skill? Neither does Amos. As the last extant model R-53 Furniture Repair Bot, Amos feels that he has no peers. He is still peeved that new (early 1970s) OSHA rules forced him to keep his shellac reservoir (head-unit) empty since he refuses to keep the front cap-screw tightened. "Hey, I just like some vapors to keep me on my toes!". But, give him a fresh battery and the latest "exotic veneers" catalog to peruse on his break and he will give a solid 8-hour shift planing out dings, tightening loose bolts and directing the younger electro-varnish units.