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" ... Now one of the very first requirements for a man who is fit to handle pig iron as a regular occupation that he shall be so stupid and so phlegmatic that he more nearly resembles in his mental make-up the ox than any other type. The man who is mentally alert and intelligent is for this very reason entirely unsuited to what would, for him, be the grinding monotony of work of this character. Therefore the workman who is best suited to handling pig iron is unable to understand the real science of doing this class of work. He is so stupid that the word 'percentage' has no meaning to him, and he must consequently be trained by a man more intelligent than himself into the habit of working in accordance with the laws of this science before he can be successful." ... "
" ... We Jews — especially Israeli Jews — tend to be phlegmatic about apocalypses. They're like Bay Area earthquakes: Unpleasant, but they happen so often that you only bother telling your grandkids about the Big Ones. As a professional investor with decades of experience, I've seen a few market collapses after which nothing would ever be the same. Yet here we are. ... "