I know I’m right and will feel good about that either way, no need to point out why someone else is wrong if it isn’t important.

Know what I mean? Ah, but what’s important?To use your examples:if it’s their profession surely that means it’s important, to them at the very least. (After all if they continue under a misapprehension in the job how far could it spread? How long will they stay employed? What’s the effect fed down to customers?)gone too deep into the rabbit hole? Um, the sooner you get out of the rabbit hole the better, no? Originally Posted by scheherazade I completely get where you are coming from. Being right is great… I guess sometimes I feel like being knowledgeable about something can come off as a mixture of condescension and flaunting, which is why I sometimes feel uncomfortable being right when it means someone else is wrong… Continue reading