EP019: remote Working Myths
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9/5/2020 09:25:09 pm
The penny drop is one of the most interesting myths in our entire culture. There are people who think that dropping a penny from a tall building can kill a person. I know that there is a myth of it, but I just do not think that it is true. There is no science that can explain to me how that is possible. I hope that we stop telling this myth to other people, it is just important that we know this.
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