tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9840089.post3965460311112876806..comments2020-01-23T07:10:34.694-05:00Comments on Grateful Dating: QEDJamyhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17328884172511150275noreply@blogger.comBlogger5125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9840089.post-73473236192758447262010-03-19T11:07:42.934-04:002010-03-19T11:07:42.934-04:00jcd: I kinda love your analysis. I wonder if the h...jcd: I kinda love your analysis. I wonder if the hypothesis was really that no matter who was appointed as manager, I would be annoyed. QED. Jamy is easily annoyed. :)<br /><br />I hope you dance again and remember that it is very rare that a woman will say "no" to a dance. I'm finding my proximity/body language ask to work for now, so that's what I'll be doing until I muster more courage.Jamyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17328884172511150275noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9840089.post-78386972943456103842010-03-18T18:40:58.742-04:002010-03-18T18:40:58.742-04:00I guess I see; "To Prove: If I appoint X as...I guess I see; "To Prove: If I appoint X as manager, Jamy will be annoyed. Proof: 1. Appoint X as Manager. 2. Jamy is annoyed. QED." Though that seems more like a hypothesis test, now that I've written it out.<br /><br />On your newest post: when I took dance classes some years ago, the men did the asking; since I was painfully shy (and perhaps still am), I had trouble asking any woman to dance, and as a result often ended up partnerless. So I encourage you to ask people!jcdnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9840089.post-22786507777827475122010-03-18T10:29:15.624-04:002010-03-18T10:29:15.624-04:00B--aww, thanks for your concern. All is well!
JCD...B--aww, thanks for your concern. All is well!<br /><br />JCD--I think he meant more, "Jamy is annoyed by this person. QED=OF COURSE SHE IS." But, the tone said it all--heavy sigh, head shaking, clear frustration with HER and not me. But still.jamynoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9840089.post-72443770515565781722010-03-18T07:24:30.391-04:002010-03-18T07:24:30.391-04:00I think wikipedia's right--I've used QED a...I think wikipedia's right--I've used QED at the end of mathematical proofs. Your boss's use of it--assuming he understands its meaning correctly--implies that this was an expected outcome of appointing her as manager. I agree that makes it odd that he did so.<br /><br />Glad you're well otherwise.jcdnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9840089.post-7908747777973404772010-03-17T23:00:38.990-04:002010-03-17T23:00:38.990-04:00I had begun to worry about you. I'm glad you a...I had begun to worry about you. I'm glad you are dancing your way through life and not taking work too seriously. Hopefully the new bad manager will move on one day soon.Barbarahttps://www.blogger.com/profile/18356998698106275372noreply@blogger.com