Quote Originally Posted by David Lyga View Post
... there HAS to be some 'waste' in order to support the negative. What I say is there did not have to be AS MUCH waste.
... so how much waste is "too much" waste? When does the existing amount of "waste" become excessive, how is it measured, and who makes the ultimate determination that it is "too much". David, I sense that you aren't getting the answer/support you are looking for because these issues are unspecified.

This is the same conversation I have at home (with no resolution) when discussing when the ketchup bottle gets thrown out. Should it get thrown out when it gets difficult to get ketchup out, or when the bottle is completely clean?