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bridgit Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-22-06 10:53 PM
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28. when you run a till in a business, you want it to be accurate at...
the end of every day when you count it, which is to suggest that it should balance...should balance; there's really no reason why it shouldn't in fact it probably will as most of the time it does; but even at that rate there is, and it tripped me out to learn it, but there is an acceptable margin if while a small percentage that is allowed for i.e. the dropping of some change here or there, not counting properly either way +, or - for whatever, or a misplaced '0' on some ATM, or credit transaction...whatever

but that factor is there, that acceptable percentile error factor

this bfee group does imo, as others that operate models based on forced & leveraged/distressed buyouts & such; do in a similar way allow for certain levels of chaos their motto may as well be: 'from chaos comes order', not too much chaos (cause they might not survive it themselves) but just enough chaos just like the baby bear's bed just right, and short of order, which common people prefer i continue to believe, there are war-profits & no-bid crony contracts in the meantime so that for they who ignore such dire warnings & consequence it is a sick & twisted win-win situation
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