Karen Pierson
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Part of being an intelligent adult is being able to change your opinions based on updated knowledge.
02:28 PM - May 07, 2023
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LaJuan Woodland
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In response to Karen Pierson.
Agreed
05:27 PM - Nov 26, 2023
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Kos
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In response to Karen Pierson.
02:25 PM - Aug 12, 2023
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1984 ɪꜱ ɴᴏᴛ ꜰɪᴄᴛɪᴏɴ
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In response to Karen Pierson.
I like to comment on articles aggregated by Newsbreak, full of agitated people on a steady Newsmax diet of "libs are mean & vile". It's fun to gracefully concede some small point bc they've been told to expect nothing but derision & abuse from us & they just don't know how to handle anything else :)
02:54 AM - Jul 03, 2023
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Be Human
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In response to Karen Pierson.
Absolutely. We are an evolving species.
10:39 PM - Jun 20, 2023
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AZ Redsoxfan
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In response to Karen Pierson.
I was for the death penalty until I started reading about so many wrongfully convicted people. The more you learn the more you need to evolve
11:33 PM - Jun 08, 2023
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Karen Pierson
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In response to AZ Redsoxfan.
Same here.
12:58 AM - Jun 09, 2023
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Linda in TN ACTIVE Resister
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In response to AZ Redsoxfan.
I was too.
Glad to hear another learner out here 💙
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Love Miracles
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In response to Karen Pierson.
Flexibility, adaptability.
12:46 PM - Jun 07, 2023
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Dan Wentzel
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In response to Karen Pierson.
Being an intelligent adult also means, "Gee. I got this one wrong. I need to change course, apologize, make amends, and do better next time."
12:35 PM - Jun 07, 2023
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Grumpy Introvert
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In response to Karen Pierson.
Very true. Being an intelligent adult is an effortful process, and too many people don’t want to bother.
12:07 PM - Jun 07, 2023
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Professor Kyle
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In response to Karen Pierson.
My favorite quote, from Roland Barthes: Those who fail to re-read are obliged to read the same story everywhere.
11:53 AM - Jun 07, 2023
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CPfromCA
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In response to Karen Pierson.
That requires some critical thinking skills, which seem to be in ever declining supply here in the USA.
11:50 AM - Jun 07, 2023
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Yvette
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In response to Karen Pierson.
I admire a person who can admit when they’re wrong. I’ve met women who can do it. I’ve met few men who can. My husband is a sweet person 99% of the time. One of his only flaws is his inability to admit when he’s done something wrong. He finds it impossible to apologize. Fortunately I’m forgiving.
12:27 PM - Jun 06, 2023
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Anne NotOfCleves
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In response to Yvette.
The ability to apologize without prompting was actually a sort of character litmus test I looked for in my children when they were little. I’m an over-apologizer, even to just have peace, which I’ve learned to rein in a bit.
12:17 PM - Jun 07, 2023 (Edited)
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