doloras wrote:...you are still arguing, then, that the asphalt was not supposed to be put on the trackbed?
I outlined the sequence of events, so you can decide for yourself whether it makes any sense or not. I would describe it as extraordinary if it was planned that way.
Perhaps you could explain why tar seal and stone chips were laid on the platforms in preparation for asphalt scheduled to be laid in December 2010, which then didn't happen, followed by a six month shutdown of work? Come on, give us your own theories. If you have a plausible answer, by all means share it
doloras wrote:And that you still have this special knowledge of how those fools who do this for a living screw it up all the time?
As I wrote earlier, if you sleep better at night in the belief that an electrification mast is supposed
to be installed and uninstalled at two or three locations before final installation, then so be it. If you think such screw ups don't happen, you're wrong. People make mistakes, it's called being human.
doloras wrote:If all that is true, if you saw through the conspiracy and were proved right, then why the hell KiwiRail haven't put you in charge, I don't know. Perhaps they don't want to take you away from your important day-job of looking like a cool guy on a forum.
I'm only responding to you, and wouldn't be writing about the topic if you weren't inviting me to do so. Inviting me to reply to you, then insulting me for doing so - isn't that just trolling?