Think for yourself, question authority.

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This reminds me of the following:

What has always been a good method too is what the famous pied piper of Hameln stands for. So a ratcatcher just needs rats (they are currently almost everywhere and becoming more and more) and kids (they are currently becoming more and more in the so-called “Third World”). In this ILP example the “rats” stand for certain “arguments” and the “kids” for the “innocents” or “simpletons”. And what does the ratcatcher do? Or: What did the pied piper of Hameln do?

But there is certainly no ILP ratcatcher. No, no … Or? What do you think?