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    Wednesday, June 23, 2010

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    David Spellman

    Great cautionary tale. Meeting the most conservative interpretation of the rules will be safe. Routinely taking advantage of the liberal interpretation is going to lead to disaster some percentage of the time. If there is a compelling reason to rely on a more liberal standard, take that one-time marginal risk. But I agree that generally we should strive to stay well within the conservative boundary every time if we can. Why fly with Icarus if we do not need to?

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