Telegraph entreprenuers in 1846 

Manic, undeterred by failure, heedless of practicalities, eager to spend other people’s money, armed with unrealistic forecasts, they threw up wires on poles the way kids spray Silly Putty at birthday parties, fell flat on their faces, and built again.

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