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Re: HMS Bounty in trouble...

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Chef, I appreciate your call not to rush to judge, but there are a lot of experienced captains that question why the Bounty set sail.-Casey1999
As do I. Hopefully that comes out. And also those who tried or attempted to dissuade him. Time will tell this.

Of course I was summarily awarded the Darwin award by a quick to judge SN who beleived because i stayed with my boat during the storm that my judgement was not to be trusted.

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It is also human nature to judge prior to knowing all the facts, and is hard to surpress- Casey1999
It is something which people who have good judgement learn to control or their decisions will fall vistim of their own haste and immediate gratification. One of the lessons of Rule 62
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