Most people have heard the story about the guy who asked the waiter to cut his pizza into sixths instead of eighths. He wasn’t hungry enough, he reasoned, to eat eight slices of pizza. So, it’s all in how one looks at things. Well, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) decided to take another look at how things played out for the economy over the last few years in an attempt to rectify “seasonal biases.” It’s 2015, and there is no place in our economy for biases; seasonal or otherwise. The most salient adjustment relates to what represents the fourth counting of first quarter GDP.