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January 28, 2010

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Abbey Salvo

How right you are, Doug! I am always kicking myself for painting situations out to be worse than they actually are. Why isn't 20/20 hindsight enough to change the way our mind assesses these types of problems? I work with someone who posted an article talking about the same sort of thing at http://whoweam.com/2011/08/talulah-derailed/. Looking at the issue at 20,000 feet - if this is how people are wired, then maybe even larger cultural issues are caused by the aftermath of this "lizard brain" theory?

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