Thursday, April 28, 2011

On Learning - Quotes for the Day


“No great thing is created suddenly.”
Epictetus

Caution: Cape does not enable user to fly.
-- Batman Costume warning - Unknown

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  1. Learning starts with failure; the first failure is the beginning of education. - John Hersey

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  2. North - you've heard me play then? :-)

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  3. Really? Cape does not enable user to fly?! Say it isn't so!!! My middle son (aka Captain Destructo) will be sadly disappointed.

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  5. As a kid I've have probably taken the second as a challenge. Thank goodness I've grown older and wiser now. :-)

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  6. Little boys don't read instructions. Little boys, sporting their Batman capes, jump of garage roofs. BTDT.

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  7. Experience is made of mistakes we survive... :-)

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  8. Cape does not enable user to fly? Well....crap.

    A beach umbrella, however, does work well as a parachute, up to a certain weight limit. Never underestimate the abilities of 12-year-old cousins to get into trouble (and onto grandparents' roofs) when bored during the summer. BTDT.

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  9. 1960's ranch home. One car garage. A ladder. Pink and lime green sheet made into a parasail.

    A quick lesson in both aerodynamics and abrasion.

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  10. A mistake or failure is just an opportunity to learn. Sometimes it takes multiple opportunities to get the lesson.

    :-)
    Josh

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  11. No capes!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNUbPRj9TGM

    I don't remember the exact wording, but I believe the Black Kow bag still includes a warning label against eating the product.

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  12. The more I learn, the less I find I know.

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  13. Everyone knows Batman doesn't fly!

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  14. Batman doesn't fly, no...but he certainly "falls with style"!

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  15. That's right.
    He just falls with style.

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