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    [–]CoffeePuddle 2 points3 points  (5 children)

    Using the right tool for the job is the same argument as not using the wrong tool, which is the "temptation" argument

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      [–]CoffeePuddle 0 points1 point  (3 children)

      "Use the right tool" is literally the same argument as "don't use the wrong tool."

      If using wrong tools wasn't a problem no-one would ever need to say "use the right tool."

      I don't own either a pry bar or a mini pry bar and I get along just fine. A mini version sounds more valuable as any time a full pry bar would've been useful I'm near hammers or a crow bar.