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16 replies on 2 pages. Most recent reply: Jun 24, 2008 6:11 AM by Vernon Robert

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Patrick Band

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Re: Why it's better to be lazy Posted: Jun 20, 2008 11:28 AM
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...and that itchy temptation to spend lots of time and energy thinking about all the possible outcomes...

The only thing that spares me from fighting it, is my own lazyness.

failure IS an option...

There are several tests specifically crafted for classifying people in this group.

Here´s one:

Hint: Fight the urge... don´t read it or don´t try to solve it, just google it and get the answer...

The Billiard Balls Puzzle

There are 8 billiard balls. One of them is slightly heavier than other seven. The only way to tell which one is heavy is by putting them on an equilibrium scale against the others. What would be the minimum number of times you´ll have to use scale to find out the heavier ball?

Vernon Robert

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Re: Why it's better to be lazy Posted: Jun 24, 2008 6:11 AM
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I think you can sum-up your article with "Work smarter, rather than harder". And besides you can't fix stupid.

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