Today I mourned the loss of an iron-clad rule of test-taking: that the answer to a multiple choice question must fit grammatically into the question. For instance, if the question is “Jill decided to fellate, or ____ the officer rather than getting the speeding ticket.” And the possible answers are Vermillion, Perform Fallatio, Running, and Wenkle Rotary Engine, it’s easy to rule out the 1st and 4th as they answer must be a verb. Not so when your instructor is from the land of curry and the Bhagavad-Gita. Anything goes! Question: “_____ allow the manager to properly sources costs to its maker.” Answer? Cost-Allocation Systemizes!