As far as I can tell, there wasn't much to be upset about in Sapient's numbers. Total revenue was up 33% from last year and GAAP net income soared 141%. Both sales and earnings per share (GAAP and non-GAAP) were above analysts' estimates. The company also forecast fourth-quarter revenue above what Wall Street had in its books and projected better margins. Watching Sapient's shares fall after all that is a bit disorienting -- sort of like watching a mouse chase a cat.