Tuesday, May 11, 2010


Note to Self:

You speak in vague generalities almost all the time.  See, "almost all the time" is pretty vague.  You shudder at a world where everything is quantified and measured and estimated and state in a statistic. You find relief within the standard-deviated gray zone of the margin of error.  So, why do you insist on using "exactly" when what you mean is "that's generally true, depending upon my flux of moods, the stream of consciousness and my overall propensity to over-agree in order to avoid conflict."


Note: Thanks for the tip @jasonchri

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