Not everything is simple.
Some things take a more careful thought out plan
but at the same time in can be quite amusing.
Is it not their trade?
What if they were doing it to help someone?
A while back I was part of the Net Church. A mission project we worked on was to clean up a house.
I remember being in one of the rooms cleaning it and with a few of us were two pastors.
The two pasters were standing under the lightbulb and someone took a picture of it and captioned:
“How many Pastors does it take to change a lightbulb”.
That was several years ago and tonight reminded me of that. Except totally different situation!
I brought my trike back in because it was squealing; it turns out the headset became loose.
While I was there I asked them to look at my rear brakes. Most bikes only have one rear wheel and thus one rear brake. However a trike has two rear wheels and thus two rear brakes. The front levers now have to brake two wheels with one cable.
The cable goes into a splitter and each brake gets an end of the cable.
Before I knew it there were 4 employees looking at the brakes and trying to get them to brake faster.
After tightening and loosening all of the screws and bolts of the brakes as well as replacing a cable, they opted just to install new brakes that require a shorter distance to stop.
How many people does it take to do something outside of your trade?
Is it a learning experience?