If you’re going to trust anyone, trust yourself.

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12 Responses to If you’re going to trust anyone, trust yourself.

  1. Ben Vail says:

    I have a really strong feeling that this round the wrong way, ;)

  2. Tyler Tork says:

    I agree with Ben, but without the wink. There is actually no correlation.

  3. Thalfon says:

    The y-axis here should actually be truthiness.

  4. Calvin says:

    Same axes, bell curve graph shape.

    There, I fixed it.

  5. Chris says:

    Same here. This is actually one of the biggest problems with the way people think: believing what they want to be true, or feel should be true, rather than actually _finding out_ what is true and _questioning_ their own feelings.

  6. Brian says:

    But that’s how The Decider operated…

  7. HowardBollixter says:

    Prime example that ‘proves’, in the sciencey sense, the hypothesis…Dubya totally owned the x-axis.

  8. Al Lang says:

    Mmmmmmm. Truthy……

  9. Mark Hopkins says:

    This graph needs to be taken literally, guys.

    The stronger the feeling in your gut that leads you to believe you were just punched in the gut, the more likely it is that you were, in truth, just punched in the gut.

  10. Stripe says:

    When I was a kid everyone used to say “Never trust anyone over thirty”, and I believe in that: I haven’t trusted myself for years.

  11. The 1% (my costume for Halloween) says:

    I have a gut feeling you are right about the graph, and how its wrong. Or maybe that it is just hunger…

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