Thursday, September 6, 2012

Mike Rowe's Open Letter to Romney

Apparently Mike Row never heard back from "The Won" - who must have been too busy creating new green jobs for all of his cronies through tax payer subsidized enterprises like Solyndra to communicate with someone like Mike - so now Mike's writing to Governor Romney.  In all seriousness, this is a critical issue for the built industry and we would be well served to listen to Mike.

Here's an excerpt from his letter and the entire thing is linked below.

When Dirty Jobs premiered back in 2003, critics called the show “a calamity of exploding toilets and misadventures in animal husbandry.” They weren’t exactly wrong. But mostly, Dirty Jobs was an unscripted celebration of hard work and skilled labor. It still is. Every week, we highlight regular people who do the kind of jobs most people go out of their way to avoid. My role on the show is that of a “perpetual apprentice.” In that capacity I have completed over three hundred different jobs, visited all fifty states, and worked in every major industry.

Welcome to the Collaborative Revolution!

James L. Salmon, Esq.
Collaborative Construction
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1 comment:

Frances said...

People who specialize in the field of infrastructure would certainly have an idea of what a party wall agreement is.