Natural Resource Defense Council v. Daley, 209 F.3d 747
"The disputed 1999 TAL had at most an 18% likelihood of achieving the target F. Viewed differently, it had at least an 82% chance of resulting in an F greater than the target F. Only in Superman Comics' Bizarro world, where reality is turned upside down, could the Service reasonably conclude that a measure that is at least four times as likely to fail as to succeed offers a "fairly high level of confidence.'"
Emphasis obviously added by a highly amused me. That might just be the exam brain talking though.
In other news, I'm seriously considering killing my office mate, who is, right this moment, SLURPING something (sssssssssssssssssslurp, sssssssssssssssssssslurp) and keeps furtively getting up and running in and out of the office, turning the computer on and off each time he goes (Ding, ding, ding...Windows is shutting down motherf*cker!), like he's protecting state secrets and I'm a Soviet mole or something.
Homicide is OK if you're really annoyed. Discuss.