10 July 2014

Don't shoot the messenger

A LOT of people get upset when politicians, bureaucrats and managers tell them that -- due to a drought, contamination or bad day at the office - there's not enough water for people to use in the same way as in the "good old days."

Their reaction is childish, but it's even worse when people complain about the end of their subsidized water. Get real.

Bottom Line: He who lives by the sword (cheap water from the government) dies by the sword (government water cut-off). Reliable water comes to those who pay full price and learn how to live with real water flows.

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