Sometimes you just have to admit it.

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17 Responses to Sometimes you just have to admit it.

  1. doublebanker says:

    I’m definitely way…out on that spectrum!

  2. Spike says:

    “A man’s got to know his limitations.”
    -Clint Eastwood as Dirty Harry

  3. tina says:

    So…you’re ending the blog then?

  4. Tina has a point, though it’s probably not the one she thought: Not everything *needs* to improve.

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  6. Stripe says:

    Oooooh Snap! Tina cuts to the quick!

    Everythings gonna be just fine!

    wish it away wish it away wish it away wish it away wish it away wish it away…

  7. *hands clasped over ears* La, la, la, la… I’m not listening!

  8. erin says:

    time = x axis, yo. ack, it’s killin’ me

  9. Eric says:

    Say it ain’t SO!

    LOL, hear hear!

    Your “…” was WAY unnecessary; srsly, it makes little sense for you to pause between “way” and “out”

  10. KP says:

    Wish that I could show this to my boss. He thinks anyone who isn’t relentlessly optimistic is a pessimist. I’m thinking more like we’re realists and he’s just way far out in the upper corner of your chart.

  11. JH says:

    This sums up why I am taking a 2 week vacation with my tax refund – total denial. On the bright side I will have lovely pictures to look at as things get worse…

  12. Spike says:

    I feel this way about my poker game.

  13. My friend Alexey’s response:

  14. Ernie says:

    Your friend Alexey isn’t amusing either.

  15. Jeff Frazier says:

    erin Says:
    March 25th, 2009 at 6:50 pm

    time = x axis, yo. ack, it’s killin’ me

    not in economics, eco graphs put the independent variable on the Y-axis.

  16. anon says:

    you could easily swap denial and optimism…