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Old 06-17-2004   #6
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Seems to me this is a phenomenon you see in a lot of employment contexts--a RB or employee out performs all expectations, peeks and later starts to not perform quite as high but still average or better than average--people tend to be more critical about them losing heart, being over the hill, not giving their all anymore, etc. than they do the people that never were better than average. Just a thought.
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