Originally Posted by quicksilver
Mr. Buller, I don't agree with you.
When you own your own company or restaurant and you find that some of your profits must cover the expenses of chronic mistakes, write to me again.
One of the companies for which I worked had to write checks in the amount of 20,000 dollars when paper was placed into a printing machine on the wrong bias. A foolish mistake would mean that ink would crack when the paper was folded, and the job had to be run over again.
How many 20,000 thousand dollars checks would you write as a company owner for "just a simple mistake."
It's always easier to criticize those who have to make tough choices when the money is not your own.
I took part in six corporate reorganizations.