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A toothpaste factory had a problem with empty boxes being shipped out. After numerous customer complaints, the CEO of the company assembled his top people. They decided to hire an external engineering company to solve their empty box problem. 6 months and 8 million dollars late, they solved the problem. They installed a high-tech precision scale that would sound a bell and flash lights whenever a toothpaste box weighed less than it should. The line would stop, someone would walk over, remove the box, and then press another button to re-start the line. As a result, no empty boxes were being shipped. After the first week of the change, the SEO checked the company reports and found the empty boxes were bieing taken off the line. By the second week, the number of boxes had shown up as zero. Puzzled, the CEO travelled to the factory to view the line where the precision scale had been installed. Just ahead of the 8 million dollar solution sat a 20 dollar desk fan blowing the empty boxes off the belt and into a bin. He asked the line supervisor what was going on.
"Oh that," the supervisor replied, "Bert, the kid from maintenance put it there because he was tired of walking over, removing the empty box and restarting the line everytime a bell rang."