process or product
It occurred to me as I was observing the monotonous project out back in our backyard at the joy over the process. We have been in our house almost 8 years and finally are doing our backyard landscaping. It is quite the project and I will put up pictures of 'before' and 'after' as soon as we finish. Our yard is about 5000 square feet and just under 3000 square feet of that is sod. This has been such a large project that I even took an entire week off vacation to work on it and at least 5 or so solid weekends and are finally just getting to the end results. I am anticipating the finished product very much which caused me to think about this idea:

What is better, the process or the finished product?

So many times...

 
statistics
Number of chemical elements in the universe: 104
In a glass of New Jersey tap water: 98

Average miles per gallon you can expect if a car maker's ad says "30 mpg, city": 23

Average life expectancy (in seconds) of an enemy soldier in a Chuck Norris film: 4

Percentage of the public that understand the new tax code: 11%
Percentage of accountants who understand it: 9%
Percentage of IRS employees who understand it: 6%

Number of Americans who believe any of these statistics are accurate: 2,478,644

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