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  1. Thanks for sharing some great advice. I've not always followed it in the past, but I'm going to try to in the future.

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  2. More than 80 decibels is too loud--acquired deafness is no joke.

    I've been knowing to point to the bay and note "that's shallow," moments before a neophyte sailor lodges his keel in the mud.

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  3. I have similar feelings towards "She/He is Weird". I am thankful for the "weird" ones because thinking outside the square is what has pushed innovation and the arts. I don't allow my kids to use the word "weird" in this negative sense, rather change the approach to "unusual" or "different" and instead of closing off in a negative sense this allows them to see possibility in the unusual behaviour.

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  4. You've posted about Brad before. He seems like a wise man. I appreciate you for sharing his advice with the rest of us.

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