How many of you have heard this saying only to arrive at the job and find out the boss/tech has left out many, many details pertaining to the job.
I'm in no way complaining, I love what I do and like working for the company (going on 6 years), I just think this phrase has it's place in many professions and instances.
I try not to smirk when I hear "Listen, all you have to do is...".
I get the feeling that an "all you have to do..." job is a money loss since it never takes the "all you have to do" amount of time.
I'm always concerned about making the company money.