Posted by Todd (220.127.116.11) on January 23, 2000 at 19:02:24:
In Reply to: Dave posted by Q on January 23, 2000 at 18:19:25:
CH pre-symptomatical susceptibility
I once tried to list the CH-related assets and liabilities, and use a double-entry system to detail the various debits and credits, remembering the most important thing all accountants learn (debits go on the window side of the room, credits on the wall side), but I could only come up with debits and liabilities.
So then I switched to an ABC approach, which yielded much better results, since I can clearly assign costs to the activity of clusters.
I am now prepared to release to the world of ch.com the results of many weeks of thorough financial analysis of this data.
Clusters hurt. REALLY, REALLY BAD
Confusing the issue by introducing extraneous terminology which is backed by absolutely no medical or scientific fact, and lacks even the appearance of rationality, does nothing to reduce the PAIN or advance us toward an answer.
After 25 years as a 'problem solver', I've reached a few Descartes-like conclusions of my own.
99% of the time, the simplest explanation is the correct one.
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