Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Black or White.

It's Black.

It's White.

(No , it is not the track from Dangerous Album)

It's grey?!!!?

Decisions made should be binary. Why do people complicate issues by keeping it in 'grey'. A little more effort from them, on their 'grey' section can help them evaluate a solution that is either Black or White!

Why don't they just do that? Why?


Casablanca said...

Couldnt agree with you more! Its these grey inbetweens that make decisions a pain!

Back to the simple life... I wish to go.

Khushi said...

//Decisions made should be binary.
'there are 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary, those who dont ;-)'

aknowkneemoose said...

Yeah, I too agree, answers should be in binary.

But that's utopia.

In the real world, there's always the gray area...

...answers are gray, since they depend on lots of other things.

"Hey guys! Let's go for a ride!"
"Well, I can come along only if he does, because I don't have a vehicle and he won't lend me his."

"Let's watch that movie"
"I'll go along if she comes along. My folks don't let me go anywhere unless it's in a group."

If you face a situation which is such that there's no way you can't answer in binary, what'll you do?

aknowkneemoose said...

DARN! I meant "No way you CAN answer in binary"

. : A : . said...

Beacuse even black and white have shades of grey between them.

Jay said...






Black or White, is a state where one has decide or knows the course of action. In your examples, they tend to know what they want, maybe it has dependencies, but they know clearly what those are.


Yeah, it was implicit.



Shikha said...

Making grey decisions seems safer..u can change it whenever you want..maybe thats why there are more grey answers

aknowkneemoose said...

You've been tagged!

Read my latest post titled '7' and you'll know.