Today I am in the office. Commute here was tough, a little suicidal most of the way. All along the way I decided the software I am working on did not work and my proposal to a large company was Fraud. So when I got to the office I did an analysis of the results in the Proposal. The results were as follow: 1. 13 of the example should work in a real environment. 2. 9 I am not sure about. This means that at least 70% of the results I feel reasonably confident about. So why some results are questionable if in the real environment, most are not. So the document is not a Fraud. It's actually honest. It does not guarantee anything, it just shows "simple" results. So if I am lucky enough for the company to go forward, the code should show some success. Maybe very little, maybe a whole bunch. I writing this down so I don't focus on the 9 I am not sure about, and decide the proposal is fraud. Rather, I need to focus on the 13 good ones.