|Reviews for Mapping vs EDA|
| Rinne chapter 1 . 3/16/2010
Don't know why I hadn't read this one before. I liked it exceedingly.
(You may want to read through it to correct the speech punctuation. Everything else looks really good and it reads really well.)
| csimesser1 chapter 1 . 1/18/2010
that was good loved it
| Iawen Londea chapter 1 . 1/5/2010
I really enjoyed this. The family interaction was really great, and I loved Amita being there a part of it! I adored when Don just shrugged the photo off and said "I've never been the teddy bear type." Hahahahaha.
| CD57 chapter 1 . 3/26/2009
cool! Loved the image of Don sleeping between all those files.
and he's way smarter than he thinks, so this was a great way to show!
| epalladino chapter 1 . 3/19/2009
Excellent oneshot. So, a little bit of Charlie rubs off on Don. I'm not surprised, but I loved the way you worked it out. Thanks, Beth
| Patty chapter 1 . 3/18/2009
Very nice, I found it interesting and entertaining. When Charlie and Amita didn't see anyone
in the house at first glance, I thought uh oh, home invasion. Who's hurt, and then they saw Don
and while they assumed he was simply asleep, I of course thought only the worse, that he was
hurt and unconscious. Just goes to show you how my brain thinks. :D
You did a great job with this. Bravo!
| ALEO chapter 1 . 3/18/2009
That little change made all the difference. When Charlie's away the work still has to get done.
| Sharon chapter 1 . 3/17/2009
Great job! Don and Charlie aren't so different after all. Like how Charlie is still the annoying little brother by taking pictures of Don asleep on the floor clutching the file.
| mjels chapter 1 . 3/17/2009
| tearbos chapter 1 . 3/16/2009
Nice story, they really are alike aren't they!
| Valerie Vancollie chapter 1 . 3/16/2009
Very nice! I really enjoyed this.
Charlie really shouldn't so surprised, though, should he? He's that one always saying that numbers are everything. I liked his and Amita's surprise, it was great.
| Starr Surchur chapter 1 . 3/16/2009
I really enjoyed this story. Had something similar happen to me once when a mathematics professor told me I had been using scientific method to solve math problems in my head - i.e. rounding the multiples up to tens and subtracting the difference to get down to the correct amount because I had never learned my times tables by heart. Yet, still I consider myself a math moron.
It's hard to give up our habitual categorizing of our abilities, isn't it, Don? Charlie is the math whiz. I'm just mapping. G!
| chymom chapter 1 . 3/16/2009
This is great. I love how it is Charlie who is so proud of Don.