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Renter's Analogy

If a man owns a house and rents it to another, an agreement typically defines what takes place on that property. Although the owner continues to hold a rightful claim, he cannot rightfully do anything he wants with the house. His emerging relationship with the renter now shapes what can be expected and done.

Even if there is a legitimate need — like fixing a hot-water heater or making repairs to the air conditioner — the owner is still obligated to make arrangements with the renter. He...

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Sometimes Your Answer Is Hidden In The Problem

Wagner Dodge, was the leader of the “smokejumpers,” specialists who knew how to snuff out dangerous fires. In order to halt a raging blaze, Dodge and his team parachuted onto the top of Mann Gulch in Montana on August 5, 1949.

They strategically hiked down from the north slope—intending to approach the fire from below. In this, they could avoid putting themselves at unnecessary risk.

However, on their way down, Dodge noticed that the wind was carrying embers across the precipice...

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