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Flying By The Seat of Ones Pants

¬† In my last post, I indirectly wrote of the possible consequences of breaking¬† a well established¬†rule. I am specifically referring to the comment about how that might encourage one to peer more closely at all the other rules, scrutinizing … Continue reading

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