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People don’t clean up after themselves

Gee here’s a new perspective on the fact people don’t like cleaning up after themselves if given the chance to avoid it.

Bob Maderious will never forget the lease he brokered for property advertised as “plug and play” – only to find that it wasn’t.

His client had been thrilled that state-of-the-art wires and cables left behind by the former tenant would allow the new company to move in, plug in and go to work. Thrilled, that is, until moving day when the company discovered the previous tenant had cut the cables.

“Cut it and left it,” said Maderious

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