+the hermit crabs Posted October 26, 2006 Share Posted October 26, 2006 We are fast approaching the 100-DNF mark. But before we order the sheet-cake and the helium balloons and the 100-DNF Commemorative Geocoin (there is such a coin, right?), we have to decide exactly what is the proper way to count our DNFs. We have logged DNFs on 84 individual caches. But some of them have multiple DNFs, so we have submitted a total of 96 DNF logs. My first inclination is to use the number of distinct caches, so the count would currently stand at 84. But we wouldn't want it to be said that we were ashamed of the other 12 DNFs and were sweeping them under the rug, so maybe we should count them after all... On the other hand, if we claim 96 DNFs, it could be said that we were artificially padding our DNF numbers, just because we're impatient to have some cake, or trying to join the Leprechauns and Team Perks in the prestigious 100-Plus-DNF Club. We're losing sleep over this! Opinions, anyone? Because, after all, not only is it all about the numbers, it's also all about what everyone else thinks of your numbers. Quote Link to comment
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