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Scott Adams
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Scott Adams 1h
Depends how you define ego I assume.
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Scott Adams 7h
Replying to @KevlarRest
It's not about you, Example 9. I do this for people learning to spot cognitive dissonance on both sides.
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Scott Adams 7h
Replying to @andy_lavicka
Yes, he hallucinated that I said being exciting is the MOST IMPORTANT thing and then he mocked his hallucination. It was a good point in the imaginary world of his mind.
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Scott Adams 7h
I fixed those misperceptions for you here:
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Scott Adams 7h
Replying to @lldzne @DykeVanTom
Also blah-blah two people who were not Nazis. I guess all kinds of people like excitement.
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Scott Adams 7h
Example 9: The Laundry List Tell for cognitive dissonance
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Scott Adams 7h
Replying to @MikeGuard1
The wall will have a door too.
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Scott Adams 7h
Replying to @80_JRod
I'm not an engineer, but I played one at Pacific Bell, in the ISDN lab.
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Joel B. Pollak 7h
REUNION BELL: the first thing you see at the San Diego kids' shelter. The whole shelter revolves around it. The staff work to reunite kids with families; kids ring the bell when it happens. Some kids have crossed the border alone; some have detained parents. The goal is the same.
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Scott Adams 8h
Replying to @DeadOnBalls
Of course.
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Scott Adams 8h
Replying to @dwtl13
That looks factual to you?
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Scott Adams 8h
Replying to @a_random_anon01
Not counting the obvious ones?
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Scott Adams 8h
An analogy is just something that reminds you of something else. If it isn't THE SAME in all important variables, it's just a different situation that reminds you of another. School and the Holocaust are both ridiculous analogies to immigration control. That's my point.
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Scott Adams 8h
Realistically, the "Wall" was always going to be "whatever works best," and that changes with technology. This approach makes sense for A-B testing. Let's see how it does on one segment.
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Scott Adams 8h
Replying to @M_Phatical
One creates the other.
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Scott Adams 8h
Replying to @tbsellick
Plenty of confirmation bias that look like evidence to you.
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Scott Adams 8h
Replying to @JasonLieberthal
Nothing is 100%, true.
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Scott Adams 9h
Replying to @JosephWhite5150
Those things are clearly absurd. In my movie anyway.
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Scott Adams 9h
Replying to @biglyleague
In politics, we don't deal in facts. We deal with people's opinions of what the facts are. Very different.
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Scott Adams 9h
Replying to @cryptomancy0111
I see fewer of them because Obama is mostly out of the news.
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