To err is human


Outer Bamnks diving on the Great Escape Southern California Live-Aboard Dive Boat

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Posted by Elaine on February 08, 2005 at 13:04:56:

In Reply to: Re: Qualifications? posted by Elaine on February 08, 2005 at 12:11:24:

I think that one of the most frustrating things about this whole situation is that it has changed from an evaluation of human errors to assignment of blame. When "drifting" becomes "grifting" it distorts the whole picture.

I understand that there is an archaic system of "maritime law" and the twisted system of "American Law" involved now. But thinking in this century has fortunately evolved into seeing situations such as this as a combination of circumstances that led to a less than desirable outcome. People are human and they make mistakes. One mistake rarely leads to disaster - we are clued into those single severe errors and we avoid making them. It is a serries of events and human error that made this happen and all the grifter is doing is trying to cloud the picture for his personal gain.




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