What are the odds that you’d be at odds with the odds-maker?
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Maybe the only thing that’s right is that anything that can go wrong will go wrong.
It seems that, as you dismantle one thing intentionally, you assemble something else unintentionally. And vice versa.
If it’s true, who needs to say “enough said”?
It’s not unheard of for a crash project to crash.
It’s the excess of what you’re successful at that ultimately orchestrates your failure.
It’s ironic that some patients have had a change of heart about transplant surgery.