You know how people complain about a mote in their neighbor's eye when they have a beam in their own? This story isn't about sin or judgment, but about how people can be oblivious to their own behavior. Still, it's good to have data about objective observations under controlled conditions, because if we had to rely on just plain common sense, we'd have to argue endlessly with people who refuse to see what's in front of their noses. It's bad enough that we have to argue with people who distrust objective observations under controlled conditions. This comic is from The Gentleman's Armchair. -via Geeks Are Sexy
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