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Walking home from the bar in Tokyo after midnight, I saw a road crew resurfacing the road.
Hours later the sun came up and it was like they were never there.
Why can't things work like this in Canada? https://t.co/BfPPZaWsNo

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@ClydeDoSomethin "THEY" need the streets to be broken, so they can promise to fix them in the next election.
@ClydeDoSomethin @lakecitygirl The answer is Unions. They won't work hard and they won't work at night.

Unions used to be for the purpose of protecting worker conditions. Now they are corrupt and give workers a sense of job entitlement no matter how incompetent or lazy they are.
@ClydeDoSomethin They can build an entire bridge overnight. It takes a week to fix a broken water main here and then they leave the hole unsealed for months.
@ClydeDoSomethin Unions make everyone non-productive. You've seen them, 1 person with a tool working surrounded by 5 to 6 "supervisors" plus 2 trucks all doing nothing.
@ClydeDoSomethin Work ethic, understanding, respect and consideration for your fellow citizens. Most positive human qualities have become superficial in North America.
@ClydeDoSomethin The Japanese are unreal. I love Tokoyo.
@ClydeDoSomethin It’s always about the money.
@ClydeDoSomethin We have lazy entitled people who think everything is owed to them. And unions. ;)
@ClydeDoSomethin There is no common sense in Canada.
@ClydeDoSomethin Because Canada has become a country of incompetence & can't get anything done.
because our govt is corrupt and always has been https://t.co/v0BTmOZNaT
@ClydeDoSomethin Because Ukraine comes first.
@ClydeDoSomethin Mostly because of nighttime noise bylaws.
Unions! https://t.co/2KH9hlnjbG
@ClydeDoSomethin They actually do this sometimes on the 401 in the middle of the nighit!
@ClydeDoSomethin Trudeau is too busy combing his grease trap and contemplating which Canadians to sacrifice next, that's why...
be safe clyde, god bless.
@ClydeDoSomethin Too many greedy palms scalping the funds , city and union workers are instructed to "Stretch out the work " or "make it last "
zero efficiency =more tax dollars wasted
@ClydeDoSomethin The US does this as well. They work at night on interstates. By morning more work is done without the traffic issues of an active construction area.
@ClydeDoSomethin They do do this to some extent however allot of the roads need base work aswell that can not be done in a night. The freeze thaw cycles in canada make a big difference on longevity of infrastructure
@ClydeDoSomethin Unions and government employees as opposed to contracted work.

Next question?
@ClydeDoSomethin It's all about Unions and how they make work inefficient.
@ClydeDoSomethin Because that would make sense?
@ClydeDoSomethin @forevaeva79 Up on a Windy, long deserted road in Nagano, I never saw one pothole. Abandoned houses everywhere but no potholes.
@ClydeDoSomethin This does happen in Canada, but it has to be warm enough.
@ClydeDoSomethin Because Canada just dreams up unrealistic fantasies? It just keeps pretending that everything will magically fix itself and ignore the reality of the situation. That's definitely the way to go.
@ClydeDoSomethin @Unknown_Canuck Because the #Canadian ‘workers’ would still be in the Bar.
@ClydeDoSomethin Maybe their construction crews aren't run by corrupt pocket lining extortionists? The issue we have here seems to be that the same companies always get the contracts and the the politicians that grant them seem to get richer... work never seems to get completed
@ClydeDoSomethin Japanese are different than italians in canada that have monopoly on roads surfacing
@ClydeDoSomethin Because Canada’s Broken


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