"Another flaw in the human character is
that everybody wants to build
and nobody wants to do maintenance."
Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
(1922-2007) American author
Hocus Pocus
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 -- jim k, Austin     
    A quote of commonsense. As applied to our foundation of Liberty, no other foundation can be laid, but let every man take heed, how he build there on. Fitly framed together assures longevity. Stone works very well. Maintenance requires a love, of the skill, of building. Attention paid to Every detail. Many so called builders, never pick up the hammer. But only want the glory. Idle hands, and the building decays. Just look around. So some, older builders, seek out skilled craftsmen, to keep the roof over their heads. Skilled builders have always been the key to maintenance. Some masters are required, considering our Ship of State. The term builder is a Navy Term, Plumb and Square !!
     -- Ronw13, Yachats Or     
    thank you Ronw, very well said!
     -- Warrdoc, Elk Grove,CA.     
    How often we hear how things 'should' be and 'ought' to be by those who have no intention what-so-ever to do anything about it -- particularly on how to maintain such. Teach a man to fish ...
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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