My recollection is that it ws something like: If you don't know how to
solve the problem, do something anyway.  It'll produce new problems and
perhaps you can solve those.


In <35BD5638.2FE0@ibm.net>, on 07/28/98 
   at 12:40 AM, Larry Bolhuis <lbolhui@ibm.net> said:


>  I believe it was a certain Mr. Thomas Watson Sr who said, 'When you
>come to a fork in the road you MUST choose one way or the other. If the
>way you choose is wrong you will soon know and can reverse your course,
>if it is right then you are on your way. To make no decision is to fail.'
>(My recollection of his words)

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