Milo, a friend, and a Brother Carpenter, grew up in an Eastern Bloc Country. He approaches any project the same, he uses what he was taught back in Checkoslovakia, a two step process. Step one, was always to develop a strategy for the job, to figure out what materials he would use, how he would attach it, etc. Step two was to develop his excuse, if his strategy didn’t work. I guess back there. in those Eastern Bloc Countries, you had to be quick, to defend yourself. Hanging over your head, was always the threat, of being sent to Siberia. Working with this guy, was always interesting, of course you’d let him take the lead, because you’d know, that if it went bad, you were covered. Milo always is ready with the excuse. As the boss was walking up on us, he would see it in Milos eyes. He a had no interest in hearing him plead for his life, and usually would turn away. Of course, Milo would be at his heels, saying, but boss, but boss, boss, wait a minute boss. This is about the time, the boss would start to run.