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The Origin of Construction according to Hat

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11/30/2013 2:58:43 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
The full title of this work: The Origin of Construction according to Hat Work (2013 Version)

10,000 B.C. - Generic Caveman has excessive amounts of acceptable currency but nobody messing him about and no inadequate house. This remains a problem for a while

98,600 B.C. - Still a problem.

95,200 B.C. - Generic Caveman's grandson hires a builder, a newly invented occupation. This results in severe losses of money, thousands of hours of labour making cups of tea using home-grown tea leaves and a house that's less efficient fulfilling its purpose than his expectation.

2013 A.D. - It's still pretty much the same, but now there's one important difference; modern builders now use the sight of cement mixers to give the illusion that they're doing hard work.

There it is, the origin of construction according to Hat. I just hope this doesn't cause a whole load of drama, I know how this topic can provoke strong opinions.