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Unpopular Opinions

The Stupidity of Declaring To Be Honest (without being asked)

I am sure that many people do not listen to what comes out of their own mouths.

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I was listening to an interview with the Canadian minister of the environment (secretary of the environment in the USA) the other day and I am sure he was not listening to what he was saying. Two examples. He spoke of “fighting”…

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We can have opposing unpopular opinions, but share commonalities. Let’s all shut up for a minute and start listening more to each other.

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