July 17, 2006

For Want of a Nail . . .

With every penny pinched, there is increased risk. And with a debacle like Boston's Big Dig, somebody finally died. I'm sure several others profited in some way, too, because why else would someone choose to use substandard concrete, for example?

These falling ceiling panels seem to be more about epoxy on screws, but really, how does a construction project take twice the projected time to complete, and four times the projected cost?

Oh, and then still be so lame that it kills someone?

Somebody's making money, somebody’s asleep at the switch, and somebody's dead.

P.S. - Crime or no crime?

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