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now i can't speak for every situation you guys deal with on a daily basis. but i like to think that i can read people pretty good.
in a small town like rankin i've delt with a lot of so-called "adults". although after having talked with them for a bit i get the sense that some of them are not firing on all cylinders.
it's kinda like teaching a little child about the looking both ways before they cross the street or telling them not to touch the flame or they'll get burnt. some get it, while some don't. the ones that do, survive for the most part. the ones that don't, well lets just say they're an accident looking for a place to happen. those kind are usally recipients of the darwin award.
i think that DUNBAR did the right thing. had he just walked away without saying or doing anything would have been a black mark against the trade. had he just walked away and the customer hired a hack to do the job........................think about it.
now having said that, obviously if there is a potential for a catistrophic failure, pack up and get a hold of the authorites.
I don't think anyone said walk away without informing the customer of what needs to be done. We all do it different, some are willing to take more chances than others, ok.
I don't think it's just luck in the last 20 plus years I've never had an insurance claim, a lawsuit or even a major complaint. It's called CYA, learned it long ago.