False Consensus

To only read those who agree’s
A type of dystrophy:
Such arrogance, it always makes
For bad philosophy

Much specious reasoning is done
To open, empty air:
When having real debates,
The other side is always

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  1. I’ve learned a lot debating differing positions – most notably with my son. We’re still working over the “If a tree falls in the forest and nobody hears it…” question. I think he’s gaining the advantage as I age … Your choice of green for the hockey image is brilliant! I was born in Montreal (Canadiens – red). Dad was born in Toronto (Maple Leafs – blue). His team hasn’t won a Stanley Cup in 40 years. We don’t debate hockey much 🙂

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