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Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Don't Believe Everything You Read

The internet is a great source of information- good and bad. I use it, along with other traditional and non-traditional sources of news, both left and right leaning. I then process all of it, throwing out what doesn't make sense to me, and retaining the rest. Then I form an objective (I hope) opinion. It's not a perfect system, but I am human, after all.

4 comments:

Jimmy_No said...

Yup, that's just how I handle it too .. if information is conflicting, then you know something is wrong somewhere .. for example, I'm sure not everything floating around about 9/11 is true, but I do believe what really happened does differ from what we were told .. I guess the art is trying to draw conclusions that fit all the facts .. perhaps in time the real truth will surface .. I wonder if we'll live to see it ..

shirley said...

That's pretty cool. The first step is questioning your source of info. I think a lot of people just take "facts" at face value.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely!

My last comment got kinda heavy, so this time I'm simply gonna say...

Nice Blog! I'll be checking in now and again to see what you have going. And thanks for stopping by and commenting on my site:-)

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TerraPraeta said...

opps. Sorry for the double post, but somehow I got logged out. That anonymous was me.

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