By on April 29, 2013

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One of the things that I’ve learned from going to car shows is to try to remember to not act like an expert, to listen more than talk. That way I might actually learn something, or at least not embarrass myself in front of someone that’s a real expert. That’s a nice way of saying that it’s better to keep my  mouth shut and have people think that I’m a fool, than to open my mouth and prove their point.

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