bad judgment

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so aptly put it, "Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment.
We all know good judgment comes from experience, and experience comes from bad judgment.
Farage said: "Once again it is bad judgment from May.
who took over the business and then quite skillfully destroyed it, raising bad judgment to an art form (what can we say except, "With uncles like these"?
Sir Norman, 59, said it was bad judgment to release his statement immediately after the Hillsborough Independent Panel report had, once again, exonerated Liverpool fans of any responsibility in the FA Cup semi-final tragedy.
Bad judgment has sunk many companies, leaders and reputations and it's not only God who will damn them for that.
If he already knows where you live, tell one of your parents, "Please don't get mad because it's not easy for me to tell you this, but we used bad judgment and we need your help.
And Rick's bad judgment seems to be everywhere this week, as he then tells a cash-strapped Cameron he'll help him steal from the Dog.
Whether because of the numbers or bad judgment, the former "Voice" coach and rapper's career seems like it could use some rehab before he returns to the spotlight.
Franco had recently apologised for his actions, saying he was embarrassed and that he used bad judgment and learned his lesson.
I don't know if I want the nuclear button at the fingertips of someone with such bad judgment or at least with such a pitiful level of self–esteem.
I have a few broad-brush ideas about why we crash: bad luck, incompetence and bad judgment.