“I don’t see how it makes a difference to the science,” Mrs. Bowman said. “People use two kinds of thinking when they want to discover the truth,” said Mr. Magundi. “I call them rational thinking and personality thinking. Rational thinking … Continue reading
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“But why haven’t you read any Ayn Rand?” Brielle asked. “Because life is too short, and I haven’t read all of Bulwer-Lytton yet,” Mr. Magundi replied.
“So I showed it to him,” Brielle concluded, “but he just, like, started yelling at me.” “Nothing is more infuriating than a demonstrable truth,” said Mr. Magundi. “You can be civil as long as the debate cannot be definitively settled. … Continue reading
“I get tired of hearing about ‘diversity,’” Mr. Bates said. “It’s time we admitted that, as Americans, we share certain core values, and if you don’t share those values you shouldn’t be here.” Mr. Magundi disagreed. “Diversity is the key … Continue reading
“Well, I can’t prove it,” Mrs. Bowman said after Mr. Bates had grilled her for a bit, “but that’s what I believe.” “If you don’t know why you believe it,” Mr. Bates answered, “then you’re just being unreasonable.” Here Mr. … Continue reading