The Content Cluster Muster (02.11.21)

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May be an image of 4 people and text that says 'Close up pictures of tennis players just look like people trying really hard to control their telekinetic powers'

Happens to the Best of Us…

No Idea

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DaHammah
DaHammah
7 months ago

Re: “No Idea.” If you are prospecting for examples of logical fallacies probably the two most productive mines are the letters to the editor in your local paper and on-line memes. This particular meme is a particularly rich in committing several in one blow. Seems odd to be posted by someone who wrote a book on logic.

Ross Leavitt
Ross Leavitt
7 months ago
Reply to  DaHammah

But hey, at least you’re here reading the blog!

The Commenter Formerly Known As fp
The Commenter Formerly Known As fp
7 months ago
Reply to  DaHammah

Says dchammers, while committing logical fallacies of his own.

Physician, heal thyself!

Aidan
Aidan
7 months ago

Re: “No Idea.” Rest assured, Doug knows on which side his bread is buttered when it comes to accessing the very best that emergency medical care has to offer… In life or death situations involving either himself or his family you’ll find that he won’t have too many quibbles with the medical fraternity and their bright ideas. Beware, Doug, the Lord could yet put you to the test… If (God forbid) you were ever to find yourself wheezing in intensive care in the near future, I’d be certain that you wouldn’t object to hospital staff injecting you with something that… Read more »

Ross Leavitt
Ross Leavitt
7 months ago
Reply to  Aidan

I’ve never been a fan of the “all-or-nothing” approach to medical care. We try to be educated consumers of medical care, sometimes purchasing what providers have to offer, and sometimes going our own way. Emergencies are the time when we are the least critical of the care we’re buying.