This in the Guardian makes for much fun in the comments-section
Telling children ‘hard work gets you to the top’ is simply a lie
First, it seems that stupid people have to `find their range` by stating some sort of `black’n’white opposite` … so … for this, they say that `telling children not to work hard (for whatever reason) is child abuse`.
Second, they want to tell their own story.
Third, they can kinda agree that getting-to-the-top will necessitate some hard-work.
Forth, they want to tell their own story of working hard.
Forth, they say that you also need `luck`.
Some say that you `make-your-luck` with hard-work. Others that luck is more important than hard work.
No one says that it is luck that you do work hard.
Tiger Woods was encouraged to play golf before he was born. Tiger Woods grew to work-ever-so-hard at playing golf.
He was `given every opportunity` to be a good golfer, but `he` had to get-up-and-work-at-it.
I think he was pretty lucky to be born as someone who can get-up-and-work-at-hitting-golf-balls-about-the-place … not everyone is~!
Some people are lucky to be born as `work-at-it` sorts … others aren’t.
I’m really not sure what this is
A Neural Parametric Singing Synthesizer
but it is lucky-enough to be able to do this –