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Two Lessons

June 10, 2016

I had a little smile this morning because, for some reason, I remembered the time that my old girlfriend’s brother, a Stanton and Tulane grad who was attending Carnegie-Mellon at the time, along with his best friend, who both considered me their intellectual inferior because I was a lowly Terry Parker grad (and I do mean “lowly”) who still did not have a college degree from FCCJ, challenged me and lost in consecutive games of Scattergories and Trivial Pursuit. Now, I’m sure they are both much more successful in life than I have been, what with having doctorates and wives and what not, but the two times they challenged me, they lost. Two lessons here: Never Underestimate Another Person’s Intelligence, and When Challenged, Defy Expectations.


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