Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Good defaults

A friend of mine once said that a lot of trouble could be avoided if people realize they were good defaults in times of uncertainty. Not sure whether you should have another drink? Then you should not. Not sure whether to spend more time with your significant other? Then you should.

I think I can add to his list: if you're not sure whether it's a good idea to bomb someone, then you should not bomb them.



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