So the Trusted Advisor's design generally used more than 55, and in one or two places where this was not possible, he used between 31 and 35.
And the Minister of Rubber Stamps was displeased. "You must use 55," he said. Use of 30 is not allowed."
"It is according to the Old Rule Book," advised the Trusted Advisor.
"Then," said the Minister of Rubber Stamps," You must submit a detailed report that explains why you have not exceeded 55. We will let you go down to 36, which is permitted by the New Rule Book, provided you submit a report that I may or may not approve, at my whim.
"Or you can tear down what you have built and apply to demolish the Grand Frommaj's new stables to make 55 fit."
The Trusted Advisor shook his head. "The New Rule Book says we can use 26."
The Minister went purple with rage. "Which part of 'You must use the Old Rule Book' do you not understand?"
"The part where compliance is now, after 19 years since publication, suddenly not acceptable."