Penkava: Problem? Think simple and 'c' the answer
Once upon a time, there was a man named William who was born in the English town of Ockham. His complete name was William of Ockham.
Back then, in the 14th century, they hadn’t invented real last names yet, so your surname was the town where you were born. Hence, “of” was everyone’s middle name. Thus, if I was born in a city named Course, my full name would be “Michael of Course.”
Anyway, William of Ockham was a kind of combo philosopher/theologian/scholastic deep thinker who came up with a theory regarding how to solve problems. Today it is called “Ockham’s Razor.” Basically, this principle states that when you have various ideas about how to resolve a difficult situation, the simpler one is the best. Or, as William said, “Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem.” My bona fide sentiments verbatim.
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