I was just awarded a "BA" on a question and I honestly didn't remember exactly what I had said (it was from Sept) so I went back to see what I said and what the other answers were...
Anyways, I was reading though a lot of the answers and I was honestly shocked by the amount of answers by people who obviously had never so much as read up on the issue. No one is an expert on everything, I understand that, but I feel like people hear one news story, read one article or hear one rumor and are happy to take it as fact and simply ignore everything else, or simply not look for other opinions or whatnot...
Differences of opinion are simply a part of being different people - got it... But to not even make sure you have both sides of the argument before deciding your position to me is either naive or lazy...
What do you think? Do people (IYO) take to much on faith or at face value rather than taking 10 mins to make sure they are getting two sides of the issue... I personally can't imagine watching the news or reading an article and assuming they aren't at least leaning to one side or another, so I at least take everything with a grain of salt (or two).
I do believe many are quick to accept things that they have heard through others as fact, especially if that info also happens to support their particular POV. Sometimes it seems like a bad game of telephone. I will admit that I am quick to dismiss any story that appears "over-the-top."
Answer by Sisteract at 5:07 PM on Nov. 23, 2010
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