Oh boy, my riskiest coding decision was certainly that one time when I refactored some 50k lines of critical legacy shit code in 3 days, straight up merged everything into master and then deployed to prod.
Luckily there was only one minor bug I had to fix after that... phew...
(To my defense: I was solo-working on it - the infamous CMS Of Doom™)

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    Still less risky than the strip club idea.

    HIV can't be reverted through github.

    Thats why you have to have a risk consultant.

    I'm definitely willing to 'manage' the club if you start it. Out of the kindness of my heart, naturally.
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    @Wisecrack You'd be the first I'd make asset acquisition manager and responsible for "quality control" :D
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