Interesting "hyperbolic" ? From the Oxford "hyperbola - curve produced
when cone is cut by plane making larger angle with base than side of
cone makes (c.f. ellipse). Hence hyperbolic . Maybe what was meant was
the adjective of hyperbole (exaggerated statement not meant to be taken
literally - hence " hyperbolical"). Just a thought from a reader.
'65 BJ8 '89 Morgan 4/4
> In a message dated 9/4/05 2:53:56 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>>but I'm not sure about a " national cultural landmark" for Joan Baez and
>>the Grateful Dead 8>)
> Well, maybe that was hyperbolic, but the point stands -- small independent
> businesses that can deliver personalized service with a distinct personality
> easily be undermined if we confuse the lowest price with the best price.