"A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable,
but more useful than a life spent doing nothing."
George Bernard Shaw
(1856-1950) Irish comic dramatist
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Didn't the head of Honda say something similar? "Out of a hundred decisions only one was correct" who’s good at research?
 -- Robert, Sarasota     
     -- Logan, Memphis, Tn      
    That's good because I sure make a lot of misteaks!
     -- Rick Z, Ashdown, AR     
     -- Joe, Rochester, MI      
    A major measuring stick here would be "what" was done wrong or "what" mistakes were made. If a life is spent enslaving, murdering and other heinous crimes doing nothing would have been much better.

     -- Mike, Norwalk     
     -- jim k, Austin      
    Shaw the not so liberty-loving socialist claims busybodies interfering in the lives of others is honorable. I wouldn't trade one anarchist living in the swamps of Lousiana for 1,000 of his so-called honorable men who cause damage on humankind. 
     -- Don Lee, Reno     
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    Judge the words not the man.  What if you did not know who said it?
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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