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Howard Hughes
(1905-1976) born on
Dec 24
US manufacturer, aviator, producer. He was noted for his reclusive, eccentric lifestyle and entrepenurial undertakings (mostly unsuccessful) in film production, real estate and aircraft.
I wanted to see New York . . . so I tried to see how fast I could do it in.

Never make a decision. Let someone else make it and then if it turns out to be the wrong one, you can disclaim it, and if it is the right one you can abide by it.
Once you consent to some concession, you can never cancel it and put things back the way they are.
Wash four distinct and separate times, using lots of lather each time from individual bars of soap.
Play off everyone against each other so that you have more avenues of action open to you.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: On breaking cross-country flight record, 1936; in "American Chronicle," by Lois and Alan Gordon, 1987.
R: "The Hughes Legacy: Scramble for the Billion," 1976.
A: "Citizen Hughes," by Drosnin, 1985.
N: Instructions from his procedure manual for staff who handled anything that he was to touch, quoted by Michael Drosnin "Citizen Hughes," 1985.
K: "The Hughes Legacy: Scramble for the Billion," 1976.

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