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Friday, April 30, 2010

Where's the extra napkin?

Where's the extra napkin?            h/t Theo
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“There are those who relish the liberating thrill of living on the edge. I have known some, and that is a legitimate modus for life. Greater risk but a chance for perceived reward. Quality versus quantity. But every choice involves a risk/reward trade off, and 'strive for more' suggests greater weight be assigned to quantity (i.e., time) for there is no recovering from the point of no return, by definition. Moreover, risk without expectation of reward is analogous to ‘hitting yourself on the head with a hammer because it feels so good when you stop’.

Even Big Al got one wrong, because the Omnipotent One does roll the dice of quantum fluctuations. To the best of our knowledge it's all about process and probability. That is why I choose extra napkins.”
— TheBigHenry, September 17, 2007 (REMEMBRANCE IN SPACETIME)
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