So you know how on courtroom dramas or whatever, when the defendant's case looks pretty shaky, and he's sitting around with his lawyers after the jury's started the deliberating, he always asks the main lawyer, "What do you think my chances are?" And the lawyer always says, "The longer they're out, the better your chances are."
Now, what do you think the odds are the same reasoning applies to waiting for calls about fly-backs?
No, that makes absolutely no fucking sense at all. The wiki says no one's been contacted yet, and the chances can't be getting better for all the people who had APA interviews for a department.
Relatedly, the increasingly desperate waiting is apparently making me stupider.