reply to CableTool
Re: What does it matter? No, but they probably use it differently than you do.
I think the premise here is that a nuclear engineer possesses mathematics, set and statistics skills above the average consumer (go ahead, try to refute that). Therefore, if someone with these specialized skills can't figure out the metering, how is someone with a different skill set not so reliant upon mathematics?
The statement implies that if you are not a nuclear engineer, you are not smart enough to figure out something that one nuclear engineer could not understand.
The comparison was not well made. Tracking bandwidth overage has nothing to do with the field of nuclear engineering. There is no reason why someone who is not a nuclear engineer could understand it while a nuclear engineer could not.
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Do you want to know who the stupidest people are when it comes to computer problems??
Computer Science majors
I used to work computer tech support for a major university. Computer science majors call up and act like they know computers, but they are just a pain in the ass as they barely know how to turn one on.
Just because you can write a program in C++ does not mean you know anything about computers, lol.
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