I saw this a while back, and thought it was brilliant. I want a poster of it for my classroom. But in the meantime, look at it here. If you’re wondering, Am I really taking part in a rational argument here? Is my argument really based on reason? run your argument through this flowchart. I got it from here, but I think it originates with this guy.
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- RT @Slate: A grassroots, guerilla effort to name a mountain after Henry David Thoreau: slate.me/1tmKg9Z http://t.co/Z4xnvITzHa 1 day ago
- Knitters are subversive, man. You have to be careful hanging out with them. Don't know what craziness you'll find yourself in the middle of. 2 days ago
- I love the word "almost" there. They walk up to the edge of the sock-knitting cliff and peer over. But they don't jump. That wld be too far. 2 days ago
- Just saw a bumper sticker with the slogan, "Taking sock knitting almost too far!" How far is that, exactly? 2 days ago
- Very interesting piece on ADHD & Creativity. H/t to @mcleod blogs.scientificamerican.com/beautiful-mind… 2 days ago
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