When Jim Michmerhuizen wrote:
>Well, a requirement for doing business is clearly the capacity to make
>decisions on inadequate evidence. This is an art that, when successfully
>practiced, would tend to make one somewhat contemptuous of those who wait
...I couldn't help thinking of this comment from General George S. Patton:
"A good solution applied with vigor now is better than a perfect solution
applied ten minutes later."
Thanks, Jim, for the rest of your post which passed from darkness to light
quite rapidly. I need to remind you that "the answer" that's "blowin' in
the wind" answers some mighty deep questions, some of which you will
certainly see in my signature at one time or another, and not the least of
"How many years must some people exist before they're allowed to be free?"
-- Jack Hirschfeld When two hearts become one, firstname.lastname@example.org who could ask for anything more?