Lazy Road Worker Posted on May 28, 2009 in Business Share1 Share Tweet Pin Stumble Share1 Share Tweet Pin StumbleSEE ALSO:Zoho CRM Review: The Best Free-to-Use CRM System for a Small Business in 2016 Previous Post: Citi, Bank of America May Raise Salaries Next Post: Toys “R” Us Buys FAO Schwarz Vic What in the world this road worker had in mind? But wait, maybe he is an abstract artist. My goodness, maybe he is not a road worker, but an artist of vandalism. Great humor post. Troy Lazy, maybe, but quite possibly a unionized road worker. That’s nothing against union workers, but only an observation, as I’ve seen first-hand the absurdity to which union workers are limited to the activities prescribed by their particular roles. The workers role was likely that of a painter, not a brush-clearer (who may not have been available at that time). Rather than do something that wasn’t part of the job description (and risk the ire of union management), the worker simply continued to do the job- in any way possible. John there are other photos of roadkill with fresh stripes painted on them. Actually, considering what the workers are paid, it makes most fiscal sense to just paint around or over obstacles rather than to move them. john Yes, perhaps a lazy road worker. But one could only imagine what our roads would look like if we had the nation’s bloggers out there painting them! ;-) Drea Second john–they’d be covered in opinions, I guarantee you that much!