A cache is usually a good thing.
I’ve had my fill of water.
A half-full glass is the same as a half-empty glass, so two half-full glasses are the same as two half-empty glasses.Two half-full glasses equal one full glass, so two half-empty glasses equal one empty glass.Therefore one full glass equals one empty glass!
A glass half empty is still half full of air.
The thing to remember is that glasses are refillable.
Redundant glasses…Now On Sale!…show ID for the engineer discount.
If you glass is half empty transfer the contents to a smaller glass.
Redundant systems for safety? Boeing? Dooh!
All good as long as it’s not you being made redundant, Dilly!
It depends on how you look at it, you see a glass half empty, or, a half full one, I see a glass that’s refillable…
An engineer would say: The glass is twice as big as it needs to be.
Some people see a glass half full, others see the same glass half empty. I simply pick up the glass and enjoy the wine. Happy New Year, earthlings.
An Engineer says: That’s 50% too much glass
The glass is completely full (half of the “filling” being air.)
didn’t know Dilly works in the Department of Redundancy Department…!
The glass is the wrong size
I always keep a couple of cold hefe’s in the fridge for just this situation.
Q: Is the glass half full or half empty?A: Depends; are you pouring or drinking?
No matter what, you only have one glass. Use it wisely. Fill it up or empty it out.
Once again, backup foresight saves the day. (Are those Wally’s lip prints on the backup glass?)
Since Ratbert was aware of the redundant glass, how can Dilbert be sure that Ratbert didn’t put his lips on both glasses? Never play mind games with a rat.
People you’re looking at it all wrong. Philosophically it should be asked “is the glass half full or half empty of air”. Let the Philosophical debate begin.
Usually it’s not about the water at all. It’s about selecting the right size of glass from the cupboard.
Public school, right?
Many years ago on SNL, they had a great commercial. A half full glass on the presidential podium with the announcer saying, “Some people say the glass is half full and some say the glass is half empty. We say the glass is too small.” Someone pours the water into a smaller glass and the glass is then full. The announcer continues, “To see what you can do, write to the president’s council on lower expectations.” I think that was when Jimmy Carter was in the white house, not 100% on that.
Back up your computer; back up your water, too. —Makes sense, Dilly, especially with Ratbert kibitzing….
Whether it is half empty or half full depends on previous conditions: whether the glass was being filled up or being emptied. If you take a full glass of water and pour half of it into an identical but but empty glass, you end up with one half empty and one half full. So, currently half full, or half empty, depends on pre-existing conditions, and cannot be determined directly from current conditions.
A real pessimist knows the glass shattered on the floor.
My brain needs a break after all these technical comments. ;)
The engineer says use a smaller glass.