Posts Tagged ‘misinformation’

How To Win Arguments When You’re Wrong.

November 15, 2009


We’ve all been there (except me). You know you’re wrong, but you’ll argue to the death that you’re right. Maybe its a monetary bias, you’re personally involved, or maybe you’ve previously said something in error and now you don’t want to flip flop. . . . ..Maybe you just like to screw with people. . . .Whatever your twisted motivation, this is how you win arguments when you are wrong. (more…)

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War, a cause worth fighting for.

February 9, 2009

If you’re not Canadian, I’m sure you have a similar campaign in your western nation you can relate to. Proud Canadians put yellow ribbons on their vehicles proclaiming: Support our Troops. Which, of course, really means support the war (more…)