Friendly Advice From George Will

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3 Pieces of Life Advice from George Will on this week’s Roundtable

George Will
  1. Don’t play poker with a man named Slim.
  2. Don’t buy a Rolex from a guy out of breath.
  3. Don’t take advice from someone who is screaming.*

*context: he was referring to the panic being felt on Wall Street.

What life advice do you have from Main Street?

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