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Incompetence or Fallibility?

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Submitted by Ira Katz (United States), May 30, 2010 at 10:40

I hope I spelled 'fallibility' correctly.

But my point is that 'academically trained' or 'school of hard knox' trained, or by some old wise man in a cave in the Himalayas... no one has a crystal ball. Some, of any of the above, get lucky when their inferences turn out to be correct. "Oh, that this too solid flesh would melt...." ONLY KIDDING about the last part. Peace out as my grandson once said.

I appreciate what you do.

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