|Life expectancy of our board members on 11:29 - Aug 27 with 605 views||chicoazul|
Optimism. What's the point in living longer if you're constantly disappointed?
|Words are a medium that reduces reality to abstraction for transmission to our reason, and in their power to corrode reality inevitably lurks the danger that the words will be corroded too. It might be more appropriate, in fact, to liken their action to excessive stomach fluids that digest and gradually eat away the stomach itself.|
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|Life expectancy of our board members on 11:43 - Aug 27 with 564 views||ActionMan|
I'd say we've been overly optimistic the last few years rather than pessimistic if anything. There was a lot of hope for Hurst and the players he brought in, there was a quiet expectation that Lambert would keep us up in the end and we're again quietly optimistic that we'll go back up. Having said that, that's what will kill us.
|Life expectancy of our board members on 15:49 - Aug 27 with 366 views||caught-in-limbo|
There's a catch 22 here.
If I'm optimistic and don't buy into the "18 months to save the planet*", I'll most likely live to witness the horror of Mother Earth frying up play out in front of me.
On the other hand, if I buy into the fears, I'll probably drop dead before I even get an inkling that it's happening.
So the best course of action appears to be:
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