Poor tools, poor workmanship

DSCF4053As an IT personal I’ve always found that the right tools always make the job easier and the output better. I’m sure it’s the case with every other professional and so it was quite a sad sight this morning on the way to work when I saw this man raking rubbish with an almost toothless rake.

I’m sure substantial amounts of monies are being paid to contractors engaged to clean our streets but why are they using equipment that is falling apart? And don’t tell me it’s a funding issue!

As in any work, if you are given the right tools, you do the job right.

Author: Bernard Nolan Sinai

I’m a writer, publisher, IT personnel and martial artist.

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