From: Brian M. Scott
> --- In email@example.com, "Brian M. Scott" <BMScott@...>See your final comment in message 23975. It clearly implies
>> It is exactly the possibility of a visible sharp break
>> coexisting with continuous underlying change that you
>> professed not to understand. I've given you an example.
>> Apparently because it isn't exactly the situation that you
>> have in mind, you refuse to recognize (or at least to admit)
>> that the example in fact establishes the possibility. At
>> this point I consider it your problem, not mine.
> When did I profess not to understand "the possibility of a
> visible sharp break coexisting with continuous underlying