The truth is that Judd is really just picking an arbitrary number since there is no script.
arbitrary benchmarks cheat kids out of a fulfilling education.
Having a shared cause (even an arbitrary one) is a monumental aspect of the meaningful life.
early 15c., "deciding by one's own discretion," from Old French arbitraire (14c.) or directly from Latin arbitrarius "depending on the will, uncertain," from arbiter (see arbiter). The original meaning gradually descended to "capricious" and "despotic" (1640s). Related: Arbitrarily; arbitrariness.