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Adult lesson of the day: Just because you don’t like a thing, that does not mean it’s wrong or that the people whose thing it is have to fix it to make it how you want. Sometimes, they have good … Continue reading
Why Facts Count More Than Opinions All sound arguments start with facts that both sides accept as true. From that common ground, assertions are made, then challenged, and, if proven on the basis of logic, these assertions become the conclusion … Continue reading
Originally posted on askyermom:
Your generation has a much more challenging job than mine did of evaluating information sources. Please allow me to geez for a moment!! When I was a kid, we had four teevee stations and two newspapers.…
When I write that something is a best practice, that means that I believe it is something you should do. It does not mean you must do it, as there is no way I could know all the requirements and … Continue reading