There's Something in the Air

The growing public disclosure of unidentified object infringing sovereign airspace could be used to justify almost anything. Here's what I expect.

There's Something in the Air
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You've likely heard the phrase "it never rains, it pours".

It suggests that when things happen, they rarely do in a steady and measured manner but come with abrupt force.

In many respects that is true.

The long and laborious work of achievement seems unrewarded, at first. Then, the compounding of those efforts deliver a deluge of dividends for those that stick at it.

That experience can be seen in many areas of life from business building to weight loss. The achievements are barely noticed until, suddenly, everyone can see them.

It also works in the arena of political distraction and point-scoring.

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