Survey results indicate that, on average, systems are installed roughly 10 times faster in Germany than in the U.S. (7.5 vs. 75 hours per system).
How could the Germans be 10 times faster? What the hell is going on? Are zee Germans on speed? Are we sniffing paint?
In other Amphetamine News...
One of the greatest mathematicians of the 20th century, Paul Erdős, took amphetamines after the age of 58 until his death at the age of 83 (he had previously sustained himself on copious amounts of coffee). He took amphetamines despite the concern of his friends, one of whom (Ron Graham) bet him $500 that he could not stop taking the drug for a month. Erdős won the bet, but complained that during his abstinence mathematics had been set back by a month: "Before, when I looked at a piece of blank paper my mind was filled with ideas. Now all I see is a blank piece of paper." After he won the bet, he promptly resumed his amphetamine use.