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    the Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA) tool quantifies stressors by breaking a risk point down across 3 categories:
    Severity: the hell to pay factor
    Occurrences: likelihood of happening
    Detection: if shit hits the fan how early/easily will I know

    not sure who outside the 6 Sigma community has the time to actually use this (like Stephen Colbert and Dubya, i listen to my gut on such matters) but it apparently helps execs with time to burn dial in on risk management/assessment.

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    Maybe I'm just not up-to-date on the latest tech, but how are you supposed to check websites or TV for news about the storm when your power is out? Yes, I could use my cell phone, but then how do I recharge it if the outage is more than a couple of days? I'm not sure if I have a power adapter for the car. A battery-operated, digital, handheld TV is too expensive for the few times it would be used. What other options are there?


    ETA: Radio is useless anymore. They tend to go back to normal programming and don't have local info that would be useful after storm has passed.
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    WTF is the grotesque practice of mounting the head and sometimes torso of wild animals so prevalent? It is beyond bizarre, and especially contrived where the residence is not a hunter's. Nobody's fooled. The prettified roadkill of splayed-animal rug is another such contrivance. Opulence-signal fail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    Why do I waste my time talking to people online that I would never give the time of day to IRL? People are entitled to be stupid and to hold idiotic opinions after all. And nothing I can say is going to change how stupid they are. So why degrade myself by reading / responding to their stupid shit? Makes no sense...
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    Thrill of the hunt, maybe?
    ^That. Or maybe that confronting them is cathartic and meets a need that you don't meet irl.
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    I feel pretty much disgusting for having voted today, but I feel that I really made a difference{in local/state elections}. I have no faith in the Electoral College or two of the three candidates that were on my ballot. God bless the Electors and may their glorious wisdom-power see the country through to it's collapse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
    WTF is the grotesque practice of mounting the head and sometimes torso of wild animals so prevalent? It is beyond bizarre, and especially contrived where the residence is not a hunter's. Nobody's fooled. The prettified roadkill of splayed-animal rug is another such contrivance. Opulence-signal fail.

    "Ahhhhhahhhhhhhahhhhahhuhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

    Of course not. This is a lovely room of death."






    If the animal was consumed, I suppose such displays keep in line with the old Native American theme of utilizing the animal to its full potential.

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    Day 3/7 of carb depletion diet. I'd kill for a cup of chocolate milk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post


    Awesome, also in Lark heaven I get to kick hayeks ass all day. I just decided.

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