There was a time when I usually used the word "rocks" as a verb. Now it's very much a noun. In implementing the current round of budget cuts, the first task has been to get every example of a few categories of expense on a single list, so we can prioritize. This is harder than you might think. I've already had several meetings that have gone pretty much like this: DD: "Okay, so now we finally have everything, right?" Colleague 1: "Right." DD: "Good. So our total is..." C1: "Wait! What about [bizarre, byzantine exception]?" DD: "Huh?"