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  1. […] So then, what to do with blogging errors? An actuarial blogger might pull the blogging equivalent of a reversion without blowing everything away on excise taxes, that being one acceptable way of dealing wit actuarial error. As for me, from start to bitterest end, this will remain primarily my own personal log, for my own purposes, to keep my own track of where I’ve been and where I’m going. I know I have others who will read over my shoulder from time to time, but if they overhear me reading out loud, I can’t be defending myself for mispronouncing some word I was only trying out for myself. Besides, as I probably ought disclaim more religiously and frequently (if that’s not too redundant), none of the traffic here is intended nor should ever be used for professional reliance. […]

    Pingback by Pensions & Benefits Weblog » Blog Archive » Remedial Amendments for Weblog Errors — February 25, 2006 @ 9:29 am

  2. […] But without getting overbearing with my cautious side, as much as ever slap this weblog’s Disclaimer on that speculation. […]

    Pingback by Pensions & Benefits Weblog » Blog Archive » Except $15,500 Elective Deferral Ceiling for 2007… — August 16, 2006 @ 4:26 pm

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