“He said there would just be a bit of what he called tinkering and tweaking, that it was more about executing than redesign.”
“JSB called out that there is a renaissance in 'tinkering', a soft skill which in the past has been marginalized, but is being taken seriously as a way people learn.”
“GOP leaders are wary of ending a popular tax break amid a weak economy, but many of the party's rank-and-file doubt its effectiveness and are concerned about short-term tinkering with the tax code.”
“I'd prefer to support an open platform where tinkering is allowed and encouraged, rather than continue to use a closed one.”
“One "good" victim and the inertia to begin tinkering with the numbers would be overcome and the inevitable expansion of the bureaucracy would begin.”
“I can understand why the court would be wary in tinkering in procedural matters unless those procedures clearly go outside of what article 1 allows.”
“Instead of more short-term tinkering, it's time for a coherent program to start gradually reducing excess reserves.”
“Taleb believes in tinkering – it was to be the title of his next book.”
“I would imagine the GOP would be interested in tinkering with them to help gerrymander for 2010.”
“But aside from that, most tinkering is futile and a waste of money.”
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