Growing Up: The End of childhood fallacies.
2006 Pi Arthur Stuart

Everything in books is NOT true or correct.

As a kid, if we read it, we believed it must be true and accurate. Many a times an argument would be settled by showing someone where it was "in writing."

Money doesn't grow on trees.

A checkbook doesn't have an infinite balance.

"Hey mom, all you have to do is write a check."

Parents have sex; how do you think we got here.

Parents "Don't always know what's best for their kids."

See - BCI excerpt -- Parents know what's best for their kids.

The government knows what it's doing, NOT.



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Updated August 20, 2006