Like the difference between an 0.5 & 0.7 mm lead in a pacer, or difference between a biro and a felt tip pen. There always is a split difference between two things that make eachother unique. It’s like it’s own “DNA” method of classification… I’m a huge believer in the fact that you should do something because you ‘want’ to, not because you need to or are forced to. However, sometimes you simply must split hairs and decide that necessity is just as important as ‘want’ and you just got to do it to get it over and done with.
Like a speech or a class presentation where the teacher/instructor asks; “Who wants to go first?”. Usually you get your three type of people; people who are keen and actually want to do it (Enthusiastics), people who aren’t keen but will do it anyway to get it over and done with (yours truly…) and then those who get suckered in to doing it at the end. I find usually if you notice, those who do it first are really into what they do and will end up with a great awesome top notch mark. Those who aren’t so enthusiastic do okay, because most of the time they’ll be average marked people, but on the bright side on the whole they do better than those who go last…
Unless in some cases where there are those few who aren’t enthusiastic but are naturally gifted for the subject and can put out a half-assed effort and still impress the marker and get high marks anyway. Otherwise they usually get the worst and least effective mark seeing as after the first five to ten people, the marker usually zones out and wouldn’t notice if they were reciting Shakespeare.
That’s just my randomly human analysis on life. =]
P.s. Artline Felt Tip markers are Awesome!