Category Archives: Truthfulness

Burnt Cookies

This is just a quick question/rant, and I sincerely would like to have someone answer it. Why do people donate burnt cookies (or burned other baked goods) to bake sales? I am talking about cookies that are completely black on … Continue reading

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A Failure to Communicate

A number of years ago, I agreed to help a young professional masseur set up his QuickBooks software. In return, he was to give me a number of massages, basically on a time spent exchange. Before I go any further, … Continue reading

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Recognizing the Truth

In searching for another topic entirely, I came across the definition of the new term, fisking, which means to take apart someone’s argument point by point. Any well-educated person will recognize that this technique has been around for many thousands … Continue reading

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