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    Sealing a leak with chewing gum is a clear sign of his ability to innovate and improvise. One of the reasons why chewing gum should be allowed in Singapore.

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    He is also the master of innovation and improvisation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chucky View Post
    Sealing a leak with chewing gum is a clear sign of his ability to innovate and improvise. One of the reasons why chewing gum should be allowed in Singapore.
    Another reason is that chewing gum is good for strengthening the jaw muscles.
    Let's make SBF a better place for "ALL".

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    One striking thing about MacGyver is his remarkable knowledge of science.

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    Another reason is that chewing gum is good for strengthening the jaw muscles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chucky View Post
    One striking thing about MacGyver is his remarkable knowledge of science.
    Being smart means able to use knowledge to achieve your desired objective(s).
    Let's make SBF a better place for "ALL".

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    That's called being clever. Being smart means being able to achieve your objective WITHOUT using your knowledge and revealing what you know.

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    Being smart means able to use knowledge to achieve your desired objective(s).

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    Quote Originally Posted by chucky View Post
    That's called being clever. Being smart means being able to achieve your objective WITHOUT using your knowledge and revealing what you know.
    If you can achieve your objectives without revealing what you know, that is not just smart but also brilliant.
    Let's make SBF a better place for "ALL".

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