2003.10.16 05:26 PM
Problem Solving 101
If a working-something becomes a non-working-something and the working-something is time-invariant, then either the working-something changed or something about the working-something's environment changed. Working-somethings don't magically become non-working-somethings, regardless of what well-intentioned (and paying) clients may think.
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