Thanks for all those examples!Vaccines, yes, I agree. Birth control, no, sex is a positive thing that potentially bonds and connects people, but a couple may not be ready to have a child together.Gun restrictions are not elimination of all guns in a country; there are thousands of legally owned firearms in the UK, for example, but you have to have a good reason ("I'm scared" doesn't count) to have one. The one person who wants to do a mass shooting is the reason mass shootings happen, not letting them have a gun is what stops them.I think you'll agree that people who drive on the wrong side of the road should be prevented from continuing to do so?
That's not a phrase I'd heard before."A zero-defects mentality exists when a command-and-control structure does not tolerate mistakes. This atmosphere is now widely acknowledged to be ineffective in both military and corporate life.The results of a zero-defects mentality can include careerism, reduced motivation and stifled innovation. Soldiers or employees will feel neither empowered by their successes nor accountable for their failures.Eliminating a zero-defects mentality is one of the primary goals of lean manufacturing, specifically through the application of Kaizen and Andon in the Toyota Production System."Thanks!
Thanks! I picked up the expression in my Army National Guard service. It fits about everywhere.
Yeah, nothing's perfect, so punishing inperfection is daft. In software there's a concept of defensive programming, where you basically assume that everything's going to fail.
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Good question. The advertisers of Domestos used to say that, now they say "all known germs". However, even with hundreds of Floridians dying a day for the last couple of months, their leaders still expect us to believe that masks and vaccines aren't helpful.
And yet I listed many other examples.
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