From The New Yorker

David Zahl / 2.28.11
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One response to “From The New Yorker”

  1. James R Ament says:

    Sometimes we don't know because we are not self-aware when we choose to do something. It's as simple as a moment when skiing, for example—your going along nicely and all at once you turn into some rough moguls that are over your head. You didn't even think about it; you just did it. Since I ski, I can relate.

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