Tweets on a single topic ("Trust Your Gut?") published within a short period.
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Jul 5 2011: @xtinewu "ALWAYS trust your gut." <== That's one amazing digestive system you have there! Hasn't it ever been wrong? [view in context] 5494
Jul 5 2011: I just caught up with the Casey Anthony case in 5 minutes' reading. Am I less informed than those who followed it from the start? 5495
Jul 5 2011: @xtinewu Do we never consult the brain? Conduct a complex cognitive analysis? Or do ones entrails tell all? "Trust the Force, Luke!" 5496
Jul 5 2011: People watch the news for same reason as soap operas. It's a form of serialized entertainment. Hiss at the villains but learn nothing. 5497
Jul 5 2011: "Be true to yourself," say the pundits. The only question is, which self? 5498
Jul 5 2011: Lurid murders and the trials that follow have been a staple of the tabloid press since the dawn of print. Simple reason: the suckers buy it. 5499
Jul 5 2011: Reality requires complex negotiation. You don't know the solution from the start. You experiment, fail and adjust your path accordingly. 5500
Jul 5 2011: There's nothing mysterious about Karma. The guilty know they are guilty and usually sabotage themselves through their own paranoia. (See OJ) 5501
Jul 5 2011: There is no genuine exploration without failure—instances where your best instincts turned out to be wrong. 5502
Jul 5 2011: Maintaining a lie is the most costly of all mental efforts. 5503
Jul 5 2011: The trouble with "trusting your feelings" is those buggers are easily bribed and have self-serving motives. 5504
Jul 5 2011: Fools know it all from the start, barging ahead without doubt. Wise men step tentatively, knowing how little they know. 5505
Jul 5 2011: If wisdom were all in the gut, we would have no need for a brain. 5506
Jul 5 2011: #### End. Live, 1-hour essay: "Trust Your Gut?" [view in context]
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