Category: Psychology & Philosophy
Why I despair for the human race..
I sometimes become despondent about the human race – for a number of reasons. I think to myself, that people of average intelligence surely must be able to read, understand, and apply some logic to what’s going on. Surely that sort of activity is what differentiates us from all otherRead More
More ways to think ‘stupid’.
Continuing on my ‘bandwagon’ of imitating stupidity – only to ensure that I define the concept – today I review a video and make some idiotic statements that will resound with a majority of stupid people. I assure you though that the stupid statements are based on errors of applicationRead More
A kind of logic–among the intentionally stupid
1. Nick Leeson was rogue trader and criminal who brought down Baring’s bank in the 1990s. 2. Nick Leeson was a derivatives trader – aka gambler (to most people). 3. Derivatives trading and gambling are good ways to lose money. 4. It’s all illegal – why else would they haveRead More
Stupid questions and expectations
I’ve been thinking about the nature of our existence in relation to the need for money. If you don’t need money or are the type who would go ‘money isn’t everything’ – kindly leave now. Save yourself the time – really. For those who’d prefer to read on you doRead More
Captain Walker’s Seven Pillars of Apology:
There must be unqualified and unconditional admission of wrongdoing based on objective facts. Expressed clarity and specificity about what the wrongdoing was. Unqualified acceptance of personal responsibility for the wrongdoing or acceptance of wrongdoing on behalf of an entity which the individual represents. The apology must be objectively perceived (i.e.Read More