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Old 05-16-2016, 02:17 AM
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Full Throttle or Brakes

Sometimes you see calamity coming. You can either push the throttle open and get your ass out of their or slam on the brakes. Which is it?

Both captains in the Tenerife disaster went full throttle to avoid collision, and it killed them.

But if you put on brakes, the deer in the headlights comes to mind.

Tenerife as an example boggles the mind. It seems that either way, that Pan Am was going to get run over. Which seems wrong. There should be right answers and wrong answers. If both courses of action are wrong, then?
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