Blacksmith NeededThis just came in from Dennis Fahringer - it illustrates well the importance of:
- getting the details right
- and the problem of expecting others to read [correctly] between the lines
"An old blacksmith realized he was soon going to quit working so hard. He picked out a strong young man to become his apprentice. The old fellow was crabby and exacting. "Don't ask me a lot of questions," he told the boy. "Just do whatever I tell you to do."
One day the old blacksmith took an iron out of the forge and laid it on the anvil. "Get the hammer over there," he said. 'When I nod my head, hit it real good and hard.'
Now the town is looking for a new blacksmith."
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