Posted by jfootball88 on 2/13/2013 3:40:00 AM (view original):
Hughes-That's a false analogy you're implying the current engine is broken. It's not broken just not perfect, the current engine has flaws like your analogy. But it's not broken.
Get the picture yet?
So it is more like:
You have a classic 56 Chevy Bel-Aire. It runs, but everything is worn and the electrical system is shot, has numerous dings and rust spots. You take in to the auto shop to have it completely redone. So, it has been in for more than a year
now and is close to being done. The mechanic is saying we are waiting for a few more parts and when they get in we can test it to see if it works the way you want it to.
And then you say - (with whiney voice) - "Why can't I test it now?" (stomps feet and shakes fists).