And yet much of life is dominated by such cases.
Great ball players jump all the time.
Hunters jump or go hungry.
Soldiers jump or get jumped.
Financial traders jump all day long. It doesn't mean they don't study at night, but during they day, they don't spend time pondering trades that disappear as fast as a gap in traffic.
Maitre d's jump.
Taxi drivers jump.
Fork lift drivers jump.
Customs inspectors jump.
Not everyone jumps.
Engineers work things out. But they still have to jump sometimes before the factory explodes or the heat shield disintegrates or the oxygen runs out.