George Leslie-Waksman

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To quote Yamamoto Tsunetomo
Book 1, 79. -- There is a lesson to be learned from a downpour of rain. If you get caught in a sudden cloudburst, you will still get a drenching even though you try to keep dry by hurrying along and taking cover under overhangs of roofs. If you are prepared to get wet from the start, the result is still the same but it is no hardship. This attitude can be applied to all things.[1]
[1] Yamamoto Tsunetomo, Hagakure, trans. Alexander Bennett (North Rutland, VT: Tuttle, 2014), 83
George's rules to live by
  1. When you're chucking a danish, everything's a cop car.
  2. When in doubt, go left.
  3. When in doubt, buy double.
  4. Even floors do not exist.
  5. Apathy is the lazy man's whatever.
To quote an old Dell SCSI array manual
A small arctic whale. The male has a long tusk.