Tag Archives: credulity

That Doesn’t Make Any Sense

“That Doesn’t Make Any Sense!” This was dad’s go-to statement whenever he saw something on teevee or in the newspaper that he either did not understand or did not like. I often heard dad exclaim it when my brother and … Continue reading

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Gullible?

One of my most embarassing flaws is naïveté.  I’ve had to expend a lot of effort to try to overcome it, but the tendency towards credulity remains as a paradigm in my thinking.  Ironically, this gullibility also provides the ground … Continue reading

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Credulity

Has someone pulled a prank on you today?  Maybe you’re the prankster and have graced someone’s life with a practical joke. Today is All Fools Day, a day dedicated to credulity.  Sure, we don’t usually express it this way, but … Continue reading

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