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Sean Hower <hokumhome -at- freehomepage -dot- com> wrote:
>Nevermind, I figured it out.
>Does anyone else ever struggle with a problem, post a question, then five minutes later figure it out on your >own? It seems like that happens a lot to me.......
This is my standard operating procedure. Sometimes I actually do figure something out; this is understandable. Sometimes, though, merely calling someone else for help has tipped the karmic balance of the universe and now things function properly for no discernable reason.
I have gone so far as to ask friends to serve just this purpose. "Mind if I call you for help once and a while? I probably won't need it -- just asking for help seems to do the trick." Works amazingly well.
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