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Join Date: Nov 2012
Posts: 14
# 107
12-13-2012, 03:26 AM
I'm tending to agree with the topic creator here... Although I will wager that many of the bugs we complain about that convey this feeling of unfinished-ness are in many cases minor compared to things that were caught and fixed.

Some bugs are like hammer dents in the wall; they detract from the quality of the wall, but ultimately you can live with them, if you aren't too OCD about it anyway.

But a few of these bugs bear a striking resemblance to sledge-hammer shaped holes in the wall; and the contractor seems disinterested in fixing (if even acknowledging) them. There's just no way to walk by that damn wall without sighing and wondering if he'll ever show up to do something about it.

Don't get me wrong, there's plenty of sections of drywall with no flaws, but some of these holes are right next to light switches, I'm interacting with the thing right next to them all the time!

I might be stretching the metaphor a little - At least with the wall, in most cases you can do something about it.