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10/31/2012 03:25 AM EDT

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DenFletcher
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DenFletcher   6/19/2013 10:20:20 AM
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Unfortunately, they severely underestimated the manpower needed…. $300,000 worth of computer and equipment rolled off the side of the truck, hit a retaining wall, at http://mihaela-aioanei.ro/ then fell ten feet onto a concrete pad below the retaining wall. The good news was that two spare show control units had been shipped, so Tokyo Disneyland opened on time, 100% operational.

MVD
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MVD   11/3/2012 10:50:28 AM
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Unfortunately, Lucky never lets you pick.

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mcgrathdylan   10/31/2012 10:12:33 PM
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I think it's always better to be lucky than good. Best to be both. But if you can only pick one, go with lucky.

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EREBUS0   10/31/2012 7:26:20 PM
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Sometimes it is better to be lucky than good.

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