Post by Bret Cahill
Maybe they mean _turbo_ props.
1, 2, 3, ... too many to count == 0.
Much the same as the hillbilly rule "unable to determine trend == trend is 0".
Rationalization is the use of feeble but seemingly plausible arguments
either to justify something that is difficult to accept or to make it
seem `not so bad after all'.
A person who has been rejected by a love interest convinces herself
that he rejected her because he did not share in her ideal of
happiness, and, what's more, that the rejection is a blessing in
disguise in that it has freed her to find a more suitable partner. The
first rationalization (that her love interest rejected her because
they did not share in the same ideal of happiness) is a case of
justifying something that is difficult to accept, sometimes called
`sour grapes'. The second rationalization (that the rejection has
freed her to find a more suitable partner) is a case of making it seem
`not so bad after all', also called `sweet lemons'.