In the interest of fairness, I will alternate the title emoji with one skewing more in support of the statement.
Can you suggest one?
“Irrelevant” based on lack of specificity in scope.
If I was a really good lookin’ babe you wouldn’t respond that. You’d just man up and vote.
Were “ifs” and buts cherries and nuts it would be Christmas every day.
Work smarter, not harder.
I love Christmas!
This is not tightly applicable but it just dropped in my lap I’d never heard it and it appeals so…
In a ham-and-eggs breakfast, the chicken is involved but the pig is committed.
Pig is good! Vote early and often* !
All votes are volatile in that they may be changed, withdrawn and reasserted at your whim. They are not anonymous in this case but in select other polls here they can be and truly are (having checked with mods and been assured so separately.)
That’s the spirit! Why can’t the angler be more like you?
Oh, this could totally be a fun thread…let me get something started here with some pristine examples where more and faster is not better:
- Over-multi-tasking: if I do too much I might end up folding laundry, emailing my boss and accidentally microwaving my phone.
- Texting/typing: You can text and type so much and so fast that autocorrect will start auto-correcting my thoughts before I even have them
- Cooking: If I try speed cooking, my kitchen resembles a crime scene and I’m the primary suspect.
- Pet training: You ever tried to rush tons of pet training all at once? You might teach your pet where to go to the bathroom and then fetch for you.
- Binge Watching too many shows all at once on different screens, fast: my memory now thinks that Spock used the Force to defeat the Daleks in the Battle of Winterfell. Hmm…come to think of it, maybe this one isn’t a negative after all
- Eating more and faster = Try chugging more milk as fast as possible and you’ll find it going the opposite direction pretty quick.
- More than 1 @cyberdog_17 pumping out exponentially more stuff for me to process would loop me into an insanity cycle. that risks my head exploding.
In sub-conclusion, more & faster, is not ALWAYS better.
Are you happy now? I voted… False.
More of me is not Better. Faster me is also not better.
I measure my vast contributions to your endless betterment in quality, not quantity.
(Thought I was gonna say something ponderous, dincha? Well, I was, but decided to bury it in the backyard, instead. )