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07-28-2012, 10:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Jagorim Jarg View Post
Sometimes the best decision you can make with the information you have doesn't always net you the best end result.
I never claimed that the best decision always leads to the best result (so I'm not sure why you're implying otherwise). Hopefully that was implied in my post above. Over the long run, the best decision will usually lead to a better outcome.

If you're trying to compel me with Alexander Daigle, rest assured that I'm aware of sample size considerations. In university, I played hockey with a guy who never stretched before games because he knew a guy one time who stretched and then got hurt in the game.

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