Wish you had, or wish you hadn’t?

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6 Responses to Wish you had, or wish you hadn’t?

  1. VA says:

    What would be a good label for the bottom of the curve?

  2. Constance says:

    perhaps adrenaline?

  3. Chaz says:

    Forethought.

    A measure of fear which prevents injury — but clearly, since resentment is higher up the list, it’s not *that much* fear.

    I think caution resulting from fear is generally referred to as “cowardice” — not to put a negative spin on it, though. Cowardice certainly has its place in securing personal safety.

  4. Mike says:

    Any true sport has the potential of paralyzing you, crushing your pelvis into gravel and making you mistake blood for sweat.

  5. The middle should be labeled “The Midwest.”

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