Every profession deals with a certain type of mess. Doctors deal with the sick and injured, which creates an obvious type of messiness involving various bodily fluids. Sanitation workers deal with another obvious mess. Day care workers deal with the messiness of the pre-school child (both literally and figuratively). Civil engineers deal with messiness of transforming nature into civilization, transforming Rome from a city of mud to a city of marble as Marcus Agrippa did. The chef deals with the messiness of transforming raw food into something to be eaten while the busboy cleans up the mess of the finished meal. Even accountants deal with the messiness of bureaucratic monetary shell games and the tax code, often dealing with paper receipts and ordering that into systematic data.