Gysla had his ideal job at Laikrodžiᶙ muziejus, the Museum of Clocks and Watches. If anything here wasn’t working according to design, Gysla knew how to fix it. Gysla was a proponent of the Slow Time Movement. He saw no need to subdivide the second. A cheap mechanical clock was all one needed to regulate one’s day. An expensive mechanical clock was pure vanity. Gysla marveled at the intricacy and uniqueness of each clock in his care, but he wanted his own affairs to run as usual, like clockwork.