Reputation
632
Top tag
Next privilege 1,000 Rep.
See votes, expandable usercard
Badges
4 14
Impact
~28k people reached

  • 0 posts edited
  • 0 helpful flags
  • 26 votes cast
Oct
14
comment Do the words “peasant” and “pissant” mean the same thing?
@Marthaª Oh wow, I've been quoted. =)
Oct
14
comment What is a better way to name “The Wrong Question”?
Combined with Hellion's answer: "You are treating the symptom of a design problem." That is rather close.
Oct
14
comment What is a better way to name “The Wrong Question”?
Perhaps this combined with jwpat7's.. "You are treating the symptom of a design problem." Comes close.
Oct
14
comment What is a better way to name “The Wrong Question”?
A poor decision is not necessarily false, though.
Oct
14
awarded  Editor
Oct
14
revised Do the words “peasant” and “pissant” mean the same thing?
added quote
Oct
14
comment What is a better way to name “The Wrong Question”?
That is not a big leap from "You're treating the symptom" or "You're asking The Wrong Question", though.
Oct
14
awarded  Teacher
Oct
14
comment What is a better way to name “The Wrong Question”?
That is concise only when the problem is easily described, though.
Oct
14
answered Do the words “peasant” and “pissant” mean the same thing?
Oct
14
comment What is a better way to name “The Wrong Question”?
Interesting. It makes me think of the missing dollar riddle
Oct
14
awarded  Student
Oct
14
asked What is a better way to name “The Wrong Question”?
Oct
14
awarded  Autobiographer