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Todd Morrow Mr. Hohmann ENG101 December 3, 2008 Decisions Life is full of decisions. I believe that the best decisions are made with the maximum amount of information available. This is how all decisions should be made. Other decisions are made on a whim, with little or no information. I have been told by many people in my life that when it comes to the important decisions in life, these are the decisions that I make, and more often than not, I live to regret some aspects of those decisions. I had gone to the local recruiting office for the Navy early in my senior year of high school and told the gentleman behind the counter my plans of being a nuclear operator on a submarine. He immediately ushered me through all of the associated tests and paper work. Two short days later, I was in the delayed entry program. It was great. While everyone back in school was stressing out about where to go to school, I was living the worry free lifestyle of a high school senior who had the next six years of his life planned out. Over the course of the next six years of my time in the Navy, not all went according to
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2010 for the course PHYS 123 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Acton School of Business.

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