Take the Easy Route? Or the Right Way?

 


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  1. Sometimes they’re both the same thing. Think about replacing your car’s spark plugs (every 200K kms, whether they need it or not). If you haven’t done that sort of thing for 20 years, then both the right & easy thing to do is drop it off with your auto shop. It’ll cost ya’ more, but you won’t be sorry later. My suggestion on that saying is, keep the “right” part; drop the “easy” part, as the two maybe shouldn’t be connected in the first place. How about, “Don’t be a cheater-shortcutter”?

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