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    practical experience, FTW Bolero's Avatar
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    I think a classic flawed yet relatable (and still technically "good" - most of the time) is Lois McMaster Bujold's Miles Vorkosigan. And if there is ever anyone you want to keep a safe distance from, it's him. Really bright, charming, hyperactive, overachieving - and so goal orientated he can be a menace to bystanders. One of the joys of that series is the reactions of some of his friends and relations.
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