Text by Corey Amaro
Someone once told me that the difference between a French person and an American person could be summarized like this:
"If you put a French person and an American person in the middle of a dense jungle and asked them to find their way out, the French person would bend down and look at the soil for clues, look up to see which way the wind blew the trees and which way the sun was moving across the sky... in other words the French person would study the situation at hand before making a move. On the other hand, the American would climb up the nearest tree, look around and holler, "HEY Anyone out there?"
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