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Going through a bumpy bit on the road of life recently made me think .. do I have the right mix of laziness, impatience and hubris? It's an interesting question, and after thinking for a bit I realized my life mix has been wrong.

But I won't spoil it .. how's your mix?

  • Too much, not enough, the right amount of laziness?
  • Too much, not enough, the right amount of impatience?
  • Too much, not enough, the right amount of hubris?

My C&O is rusty -- that comes up with 26 options, which is kinda ridiculous:

  • more laziness, more impatience, more hubris
  • more laziness, more impatience
  • more laziness, more impatience, less hubris
  • more laziness, more hubris
  • more laziness
  • more laziness, less hubris
  • more laziness, less impatience, more hubris
  • more laziness, less impatience
  • more laziness, less impatience, less hubris
  • more impatience, more hubris
  • more impatience
  • more impatience, less hubris
  • more hubris
  • less hubris
  • less impatience, more hubris
  • less impatience
  • less impatience, less hubris
  • less laziness, more impatience, more hubris
  • less laziness, more impatience
  • less laziness, more impatience, less hubris
  • less laziness, more hubris
  • less laziness
  • less laziness, less hubris
  • less laziness, less impatience, more hubris
  • less laziness, less impatience
  • less laziness, less impatience, less hubris
Maybe we should use just
  • more laziness
  • less laziness
  • more impatience
  • less impatience
  • more hubris
  • less hubris
and have people explain themselves further in their replies.

Alex / talexb / Toronto

"Groklaw is the open-source mentality applied to legal research" ~ Linus Torvalds


In reply to Re: poll ideas quest 2010 by talexb
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