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. . . as explained by Will Rogers years ago.


Oh yeah, that guy who chose a one-eyed pilot to fly him around in Alaska in a cobbled-together float airplane, built primarily out of Lockheed parts.

Sooo, the fatal crash on take-off was less "bad luck", than protracted poor judgement. Market strategies from a humorist are also a form of poor judgement.


{better, but also useless, advice}
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