(too busy cleaning up from last night to update – but thougt this would be a good replacement)
Today’s piece of ‘wisdom’ (I am sure some of you have other names for it, but that’s another post all together) Never give a half answer.
For those less enlightened, a half answer is when you speak before you consider the question. Often this is done because you are either unimpressed with the source, or don’t consider the combination of source of the question that important. Both of which are fatal mistakes.
To prove my point, I refer you back several years ago (more than I want to count) to the day when I was working on a now dead project, and my lovely 6-year-old came up to me with a question that only a 6-year-old would ask.
“What’s the difference between a gerbil and a hamster?”
So in a moment that was the collection of both annoyance (She’s asking me questions while I am studying) and smart assery (believe it or…
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