I was using “quantum leap” as a phrase, not the word, hearkening to the television show of the same…
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The knee-jerk negative response and certainty are sure signs of bias. (eg, the feelings of: “Nobody could have a different experience than I’ve had!” “There is no difference between the white male experience and anybody else’s experience!”) Reality is nuanced. The fact I have to explain that makes me wonder which side you practiced your “civil rights law” for…

Like I said, you should read about bias. Read about others experiences . Take a couple of those online bias quizzes. (hint: start with “implicit bias”) But you won’t. Far too sure of your worldview being the “correct” one to risk upsetting your world by finding your foundational beliefs aren’t as solid as you think they are…

Yes, 1980s TV shows are rather dated references, as is the assumption that everybody does (or prefers) the same things.

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