One chainsaw – consistently starts, is kind of powerful, doesn’t give up, keeps chugging, and needs some maintenance.

Another chainsaw – new, strong, has the potential to do a lot, gets temperamental when you don’t position it properly or get the timing of the start wrong.

Both do the same thing – cut wood, when you don’t want to be cutting wood because you need to cut wood.

Which one are you going with?


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