If none expect you, and none know where you are, you are nowhere.

If all expect you, and none can divine your position, you are everywhere.

(Lesson learned from: Stonewall Jackson’s march at the end of the Valley campaign of 1862, going to extreme lengths to conceal his location and thus, combined with his reputation, he was, to Federal officers, ready to leap out from every thicket to assault them.)

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