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Matched Vs. Mismatched


If for some strange reason you wasted some precious time and read yesterday’s post, you might have wondered what this “mismatch” thing is all about. Hopefully, this excerpt from the forthcoming 2012 edition of  Bill Livingston’s D4P book (not the layman’s D4P4D) should shed some light on the mystery:

Naive outrage? Lack of understanding? Hmm. Not BD00. He knows everything.

  1. June 14, 2012 at 2:27 am

    Thanks for the clarification :-)

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