It was an honest mistake.
A beginner's guide to not riding like a beginner Everyone makes mistakes. If we learn from our mistakes we can become wiser, safer, faster, and more efficient. Dirt Rider wanted to share some mistakes we’ve made and some we have seen over the years at tracks across the world. Show More Summary
Whether intentional or an honest mistake, colleagues may routinely take credit where it is most certainly not due. Here are seven tips to respond like a professional.
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President Barack Obama staunchly defended Hillary Clinton's use of private email as an "honest mistake," suggesting that voters should discount innuendo-filled revelations that the FBI is looking into more emails. Continue reading ? The post Obama defends Clinton, says ‘We don’t operate on leaks’ appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
President Barack Obama staunchly defended Hillary Clinton's use of private email as an "honest mistake," suggesting Wednesday that voters should discount innuendo-filled revelations that the FBI is looking into more … Click to Continue »
It was “an honest mistake.”
JACOB SULLUM: No More Accidental Criminals: Why does Hillary get credit for good intentions, while the rest of us get condemned for honest mistakes? Hillary Clinton supporters should have a new appreciation for the legal concept of mens rea—usually translated as “guilty mind”—because it saved her from federal prosecution for using a personal email server […]
9:15 AM PT -- Cops tell us they got a couple of names twisted... the jewelry actually belonged to Future the Prince, Drake's DJ on the tour... not Future. Honest mistake.Drake went ballistic early Wednesday morning after learning one of his tour…
We ’ve all heard the mantra before: “police have to make split second decisions. ” They certainly do. Which is why it is all the more crucial for whatever implicit biases cops may have—such as assuming black men are never victims but...Show More Summary
Q: “Denise, I made a big faux pas last week and it is just killing me. I accidentally called my client’s new wife by his ex-wife’s name. Both have been clients of mine and it was an honest mistake. I had been showing them homes several times per week but since this happened they won’t […]
Identical twins get mixed up all the time. It’s pretty much inevitable. Thus, Chicago Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg can play this off as an honest mistake, right? “You look at Brook Lopez, a guy that I’ve always thought very highly of,” Hoiberg said Monday. “… I think he’s terrific.” Problem is, the Bulls just […]
In a deleted scene from Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kris Jenner told the story about how she thought she found a critical piece of evidence in the O.J. Simpson case. It was an honest mistake, but also a scary one to find. It happened...Show More Summary
The media continues to output articles with fantastic titles such as "Hillary Clinton's private server doesn't look like honest mistake", "The Origin of Key Clinton Emails From the Inspector General Report Is a Mystery", and my personal...Show More Summary
A photo posted by High On Life (@highonlifeco) on Apr 29, 2016 at 7:59pm PDT It's one thing to make an honest mistake while traveling through new areas, but it's a whole other issue when your actions prove to be offensive over and over again. Show More Summary
There are so many things that can kill the careers of good, hard-working people. Honest mistakes often carry hard-hitting consequences. We usually only hear about the more egregious examples, such as when Yelp employee Talia Jane became an Internet sensation for writing a blistering post criticizing the company's low pay and its CEO. Show More Summary
When you carry a firearm into an airport security checkpoint, I suppose it could be an honest mistake. But if you do it again? That signals bad intent -- or, maybe, it's a message from God.An Omaha pastor was stopped at an Eppley Airfield's security station with a loaded handgun in his carry-on and is facing prosecution... because it's not the first time he's done it.
A California high-school yearbook misidentified a hijab-wearing student as having the name Isisand she says the mix-up is no honest mistake.