2 thoughts on “Always remember….

  1. AAron

    To quote Garfield, “It’s amazing what you can do when you don’t know what you can’t do.” Which is great, until you pass the poseur threshold into know-it-all-dickhead part of the curve.

    As for Cognitive Dissonance, I find it funny that the vast amount of information (an overload, some might say) available today should help to introduce doubt and skepticism, and maybe a re-examination of our core beliefs. Instead, that vast information store is used to justify some of those beliefs without any introspection and examination. Wheee!

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