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**Subject**: **Re: Apology to Thomas Jericke (was Re: number, math, and metatable? [RANT])**
**From**: Dirk Laurie <dirk.laurie@...>
**Date**: Tue, 6 May 2014 09:54:28 +0200

2014-05-06 9:33 GMT+02:00 steve donovan <steve.j.donovan@gmail.com>:
> Absolutely - it's the only way to know whether it's just a cute
> occaisional shortcut or something you'll use all the time.
There's another way. The name people use for it depends not
on what they think of the method but on what they think of the
person applying it. If they like you, it's "learning from experience";
if they hate you, it's "prejudice".
Whatever you call it, it is correct about 95% of the time.

**References**:
**number, math, and metatable?, ***Petite Abeille*
**Re: number, math, and metatable?, ***Dirk Laurie*
**Re: number, math, and metatable?, ***Thomas Jericke*
**Re: number, math, and metatable?, ***Tim Hill*
**Re: number, math, and metatable? [RANT], ***Mike Nelson*
**Re: number, math, and metatable? [RANT], ***Thomas Jericke*
**Apology to Thomas Jericke (was Re: number, math, and metatable? [RANT]), ***Mike Nelson*
**Re: Apology to Thomas Jericke (was Re: number, math, and metatable? [RANT]), ***Thomas Jericke*
**Re: Apology to Thomas Jericke (was Re: number, math, and metatable? [RANT]), ***Dirk Laurie*
**Re: Apology to Thomas Jericke (was Re: number, math, and metatable? [RANT]), ***Jay Carlson*
**Re: Apology to Thomas Jericke (was Re: number, math, and metatable? [RANT]), ***steve donovan*