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Phil Hodgen

Good post, Sig. I abandoned cross-country skiing years ago. Dull dull dull to follow someone else's railway tracks through the snow. I haven't yet picked up snowboarding -- dreary old fashioned alpine skiing is fine by me. :-)

More to the point. Thank you for this and other posts on barely repeatable processes. Your "BRP" phrase is dead-on for what we here as a tax law firm do, day to day. Nothing runs on rails in the real world because humans are involved. Imagining that humans are in any way analogous to machines on a factory floor is lazy, at best.


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