Although the same person ostensibly wrote the Red as well as Green volumes, where the green volumes use technical insight to control or motivate staff, it is out-tech. Any evaluation is out-tech. If someone is told the reason he wants to leave is due to his own overts or misunderstoods, that is out-tech. If someone is told he is in a condition of confusion or treason, that is out-tech. If someone is told ANYTHING from any HCOB in order to control him, that is out-tech. You just can't eat your cake and have it too.* If the HCOBs are right, then the HCOPLs are wrong. And the OT levels are out-tech also, where the PC is given incidents to run. Also NOTs, not run as a limited process but as a rundown, is out-tech because it is an out-of-ARC process, and out-of-ARC processes are only supposed to be used in assists. I ditched most of the tech decades ago, but being on this forum has brought back some of my thoughts on the matter from the 80s. *Yes, "eat your cake and have it too" is the original expression; it was changed by boneheads who also say things like "could care less" instead of "couldn't care less" or "hone in" instead of "home in."