I mean it, i actually worked for the Belgian railroads wich is like a government job. If you wanted someone to do something they always disagreed and held up a regulations- or safetybook explaining why they wouldn't have to do anything. True story. I went nuts there.
It's funny now, i read about all the mistakes the Belgian railroads make in the newspapers and LMFAO. Sometimes i'll tell the newspaper which rule or regulation it was that caused the mistake and see what happens.
Change means learning new things, which means work, which means getting tired. A person working for the railroad should never be tired when he's doing his job, because his life, the life of his collegues and that of the passengers could be at risk, therefore change is a risk and will not be implemented unless it means that we have to work less once it's implemented, because that would lower the risk of getting tired. But please let someone else implement it because i'm having 8-hour lunchbreaks this week, and I'd hate it if I'd have to do overtime.
Whenever something happened in my house and me and my brother were responsible for it and our parents asked who did it, we would always say something like "NOT ME!" So from then on out, my dad would say "So NotMe did it again, huh?"