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 Posted: Sat Jul 19th, 2008 03:58 pm
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Reading the question again, I am leaning a little bit off Forrest and a little more towards Grant. My argument for Forrest would be based on his unpredictability, which of course was a reason why he was a very poor subordinate. In football terms, if I'm facing an opposing coach that has shown tendencies and patterns that are predictable, I can plan accordingly - even if one of those tendencies is tenacity. If I'm facing somebody that I can't figure out, that is so unorthodox, that he feels rules (orders) don't apply to him - in the short run, this guy scares me. Of course over the long run, anybody that says I've got more guys than you - if we take each other down one to one, eventually I'll win, that's pretty scary, too. In the long run, I agree its probably Grant.

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