considering there has been no conclusive evidence collected that says smoking weed effects ones ability to perform menial tasks in a negative way only. In fact many would argue just the opposite and say it helps them to focus on tasks at hand better. In which case if the latter is true then those are likely going to be some fine vehicles.
Then again the process in the factory would not allow crap to be produced, maybe 1/100 vehicles might have a defect, and considering most ISO standards call for a 95% QA rate that is well within the realm of acceptable rework requirements.
In fact the process are so secure in the factory workplace now that it is almost impossible for one of these cranked out hippies to even force pieces together that don't belong together. With the only real thing a human has control over is visual inspection of part quality, everything else for the most part is automated and the quality restrictions are strictly upheld because they are performed by machines in most cases.
What is the issue?
Edited, Dec 3rd 2011 10:54am by rdmcandie
HEY GOOGLE. @#%^ OFF YOU. @#%^ YOUR BULLsh*t SEARCH ENGINE IN ITS @#%^ING sh*tTY BINARY ASS. ALL DAY LONG.