Warren Brown was raised in a rural area outside Gympie, a town in Queensland, Australia. He completed his primary education at the age of twelve by attending one-teacher schools and gained entry to the Institution of Civil Engineers as a chartered engineer by passing the examinations set by that institution after private study while working in the construction industry. He spent the early part of his life in the construction industry and was responsible for management of construction of three dams, one a major structure. He spent a lot of his life in legal disputes and finished his career as the principal of a mid-sized civil engineering consultancy.
This is a story of the casual criminality that is required to navigate the bureaucracy and business in general. Sometimes this is necessary for the system to operate, sometimes a mere convenience, sometimes for financial gain or even just a helping hand for another human being.The story covers the s...