On 09/15/2018 03:16 PM, Brad Gilbert wrote:
I'm just saying that brains are wired differently.
Hi Brad, Oh no fooling. I mainly make my living off of troubleshooting. I am I.T. for small businesses: Windows, Linux, and Mac. (25 years at this now) When I arrive, I am frequently not the first to have tried. I always succeeded. This is because my brain is wired differently. I see things that others do not see. And sometimes don't see what they see. This is unusually not an issues, as the "others" have already tried. And I live for the easy ones. But, that is usually not my luck. The worst one I had to unscramble had five things affecting each other. A affected B affected C affected D Affected E affected A. It took me two hours to get it all wrapped around my head, but I conquered where no one else could. But had it been a simple A affects B only, then ... As my wife says about me "Some people only think inside the box; some think outside the box; you have no box". You have probably noticed this in my writing. I freely admit I am weird. -T