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The Right Tool for the Job

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garyAm I lazy or just stupid? That’s the question my internal voice asked me – not once, not twice, but thrice before it sank in. Again when faced with a task, I decided to grab the nearest object – not the right tool for the job.

A few weekends ago a mishap that I won’t bore you with resulted in some minor damages to my bike including a misaligned exhaust cap. After straightening out all necessities to get the machine running right again, including some quick welding by my brother Quick, I found myself trying to undo little damages here and there. Small details unseen by anyone else but me were eating at me nonetheless. This left exhaust tip not lined up like the right one was next on my list. I tried a few things typical of my non-mechanically inclined brain. First up was NOTHING. No need to do…

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