Category Archives: Fuzzy Math series

As an accounting major, I was taught to seriously run the numbers, and keep running them, but NOT to cook the books or “invent” new math. Here, I run the numbers and reveal what’s wrong with the math.

Is PACER’s paywall finally coming down?

H.R.6714 – Electronic Court Records Reform Act of 2018 seeks to eliminate fees after they became a slush fund. It was discovered that PACER raked in approximately 150 Million dollars in 2016, according to article posted on ARS Technica. That’s … Continue reading

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Zero-Care: The war on the poor, sponsored by ObamaCare?

SMYRNA, GA:  The Kaiser Family Foundation tool reveals the shocking fact that you can be too poor to receive a subsidy tax credit, but certainly not too poor to pay double the costs of a private plan provided by employers. … Continue reading

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Fuzzy Math: smaller memory cards work better.

I will start with the fact that I bought a gigantic 44 Gigabyte memory card for my new camera.  Bad idea.  VERY bad idea, for the reason that the saying “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” remains a … Continue reading

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