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1: 2016-12-11: If a risk was taken, the fact that nothing bad happened does not prove the decision was right.
2: 2016-11-06: Feelings are like your children: It's fine to indulge them on occasion, but you can't let them make your most important decisions.
3: 2016-11-06: Following your heart is never a good option if your brain isn't in the driver's seat to make the most important decisions.
4: 2016-10-26: Anyone who is already made a substantial investment wants you to make the same investment to help validate their own decision.
5: 2016-10-20: When I grow up I want to be an Undecided Voter. They get all the attention. Decided Voters don't get anything.
6: 2016-07-31: RT @TIME: How Homer Simpson decided between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton https://t.co/g13ZrIOfxI
7: 2016-01-09: My new philosophy video: "Triagism #4: Every Decision is Relative" - 9-min video: https://t.co/ifvHJC6NMB - Series: https://t.co/moo5XYVsXF
8: 2015-07-20: She's still living in the Dewey Decimal System. #librarianinsults
9: 2015-04-30: The final stage in your education is recognizing no one knows anything and that you have to decide for yourself what it all means.
10: 2015-04-07: I care about you. I want you to do well. But I am not responsible for your bad decisions.
11: 2015-03-13: China Says It Will Decide Who the Dalai Lama Shall Be Reincarnated As http://t.co/xsAhEX85L1 - Oh, oh, choose me!
12: 2015-03-10: The quest for Quality is a desperate game, because most major decisions give you only few chances for a retry and sometimes none at all.
13: 2015-02-20: My dream reality show: Put Bill O'Reilly, Alec Baldwin, Donald Trump and Charlie Sheen on an island and let them decide who the leader is.
14: 2015-01-16: Guideline for any decision: If you die within the next year, what do you want the world to be left with?
15: 2014-12-14: No one afflicted with the temporary insanity of love should be allowed to make permanent decisions like who to marry.
16: 2014-11-24: Intelligence is a deliberate decision to aggressively explore the world, learn from your mistakes and limit your exposure to stupid people.
17: 2014-10-20: North Korea on Instagram. It's impossible to tell whether this is the real thing or a parody account. You decide. http://t.co/GEZ1VUG03q
18: 2014-07-22: RT @HLMenckenBot: Firmness in decision is often merely a form of stupidity. It indicates an inability to think the same thing out twice.
19: 2014-07-16: Anyone who prays for God's help in making decisions shouldn't be making your decisions.
20: 2014-05-03: The trouble with decisions based on faith is it's hard to distinguish God's intent from your own emotional convenience.
21: 2014-05-03: The person most hurt by religious fundamentalism is the fundamentalist, who is inevitably drawn into bad personal decisions based on faith.
22: 2014-02-14: @HumanBeam Oh God I can't decide. Too many choices!
23: 2014-01-01: RT @aristosophy: Our decision to start 2014 now seems irresponsibly rash. We should consolidate our hold on the existing years before addin…
24: 2013-12-15: RT @trippteee: You only realise your own stupid decisions when you see someone make the same mistakes as you
25: 2013-12-15: At this moment, millions are making bad decisions about their lives. You and I need not feel bad as long as we are not facilitating them.
26: 2013-12-14: RT @rigobertomeza: Me apenan las sabias decisiones que el destino ha tomado por mi y que yo personalmente debí haber tomado hace muchos año…
27: 2013-12-14: I am embarrassed by the wise decisions Fate made for me that I should have made myself years before.
28: 2013-11-27: Airfare Tip: Make liberal use of 24-hour free cancellation. If you see a great airfare, buy it, then decide if you really want it.
29: 2013-10-14: For the best guarantee of happiness, you should decide what you want when you want it, not in advance. ... http://t.co/3QOaBxHjQz
30: 2013-09-24: Intuitive information is useless for making decisions but can be very valuable in drawing your attention to something suspicious.
31: 2013-09-18: There is nothing mystical about Karma. When you lie to yourself, you make bad decisions, and your lies get thrown back at you.
32: 2013-08-08: The meaning of the Bible is crystal clear to anyone who has already decided what the Bible means.
33: 2013-08-07: Everyone who has already committed to a path wants you to join them because it helps justify their own decision.
34: 2013-08-03: Religion is where you turn when you find yourself trapped by your own bad decisions because it is easier than facing them.
35: 2013-06-29: "Men have been shown to make poor decisions in the presence of an attractive female." <== You don't say? - re @wahyuwei
36: 2013-06-18: Buridan's ass = standard human behavior, wanting more from life but unable to take the initiative to decide.
37: 2013-06-17: Often it is the "clever" things—where you think you have beaten the system—that turn into the dumbest decisions you have ever made.
38: 2013-06-16: RT @GabbyStern1: Erdogan tries to inflict 'decisive blow' against protesters before Sunday pro-govt rally: http://t.co/pP4pw0l2QN @wsjemre
39: 2013-06-13: Santorini is swell, but after 5 days, the Paradise is wearing thin. As things heat up in Istanbul, I've decided to head back there.
40: 2013-05-12: The purpose of a belief system is to help you make good decisions. If you make a lot of disastrous decisions, your beliefs probably suck.
41: 2013-04-06: Give someone a safety net and they will probably use it to avoid their own difficult decisions.
42: 2013-03-11: Landfill waste is happy waste. Not polluting anything. Just sitting there 'til future robots decide to use it for something.
43: 2013-03-05: The hardest decision: double-down or fold?
44: 2013-03-03: Oh, Oxytocin, I love you dearly, but you make such poor decisions sometimes.
45: 2013-02-09: Consumers of news rarely ask who decides the news and how it comes to be presented to them.
46: 2013-01-17: Superman's problem isn't rescuing people. It's deciding who not to rescue.
47: 2012-12-14: The hardest decision in life is whether you leave or try harder. — MRT @syanthy
48: 2012-12-13: God is irrelevant to my life. I can make good decisions without Him. Whether He exists is irrelevant too. Why should we care? #agnostic
49: 2012-11-15: Too many decisions, especially in youth, are based not on knowledge but on the blind faith that the current trend will continue.
50: 2012-11-08: When you stop accepting responsibility for your own decisions, your whole intellectual system starts breaking down.
51: 2012-11-05: Finding things to do isn't usually the problem. The challenge is deciding the most important thing to do and excluding the others.
52: 2012-10-23: RT @KilroyCafe: Instead of making one grand decision based on faith, you should make many small decisions based on knowledge.
53: 2012-09-09: People think they are being prudent by consulting an oracle before major decisions but fail to evaluate the oracle's accuracy.
54: 2012-08-13: Letting compassion rule your decisions usually leads to a terminal crisis where commitments overwhelm the available resources.
55: 2012-08-13: Most people won't make hard decisions until forced to. Give them too much protection and those decisions will never be made.
56: 2012-07-02: RT @KilroyCafe: The primary function of religion is to make you feel comfortable with the decisions you have already made.
57: 2012-06-30: The main purpose of alcohol is to help people rationalize the stupid decisions they've made. It smooths over the inconsistencies.
58: 2012-06-08: Why would you ask someone to marry you? Shouldn't it be a decision you arrive at mutually after long negotiation?
59: 2012-05-25: The core of paranoia: If you can believe the world is out to get you, you don't have to feel responsible for your own bad decisions.
60: 2012-05-24: Young people can be brilliant at running races, not so bright at deciding what races to run.
61: 2012-05-20: Walmart may have decimated small town merchants, but in countless ways it has IMPROVED the quality of rural life.
62: 2012-05-20: Every good thing has its dark side. You can't make wise decisions unless you understand how the good can go bad.
63: 2012-05-16: RT @KilroyCafe: Avoid making decisions until you have to act on them. A delayed decision is usually a better informed one.
64: 2012-05-13: Nothing saddens me so much as the way cheap internet porn has decimated the adult entertainment industry. Have we lost our values?
65: 2012-05-06: Trying to decipher the Cave of the Winds. "There Is No Cave"? (Sounds like "cheese food product"—no actual cheese.) http://t.co/y8MaOS9t
66: 2012-04-26: RT @murosinvisibles: Si tu futuro te contactara para decirte que estas haciendo mal, ¿Que te diría? (vía @BadDalaiLama ) #auch que confr ...
67: 2012-04-20: People perform best when they have clear goals set in front of them. They fall apart mainly when they have to decide their goals themselves.
68: 2012-04-08: Never decide something now when there is no substantial benefit in it. Keep your options open for as long as possible.
69: 2012-04-06: Last night I dreamed I was in Ljubljana deciding where to go next. How many of YOU have dreamt that? http://t.co/RLT2Oje6 (2010 album)
70: 2012-04-03: RT @xtinewu: @BadDalaiLama i would say that purposeful apophenia to bolster investment decision = data-mining. Omitting anything contrar ...
71: 2012-04-03: If you start making hard investment decisions based on apophenia, you're screwed, but you can still find inspiration in it.
72: 2012-03-30: Slogans are cheap, easily distributed, immediately satisfying and far less painful than action or decision.
73: 2012-03-29: Controlling your addictions is chiefly a matter of deciding that you have control.
74: 2012-03-23: If you aren't embarrassed by some of your past decisions then you haven't grown.
75: 2012-03-22: @the_anastasia Each person must decide how he or she should feel. My humble role is merely to offer an honest reaction.
76: 2012-03-11: Once you decide that food is a valid goal in itself, apart from nutrition, where do you stop?
77: 2012-03-06: Life is a combination of taking control and letting things happen. Wisdom lies in deciding which one is appropriate now.
78: 2012-02-26: The fact that your schedule is full of busy activities does not imply you are making wise decisions about the use of your time.
79: 2012-02-22: I've decided to take up drinking, but I can only handle the candy-coated stuff. This bottle will last me all week. http://t.co/7MnQyXF4
80: 2012-02-20: RT @philo_quotes: If merely 'feeling good' could decide, drunkenness would be the supremely valid human experience. ~ William James http ...
81: 2012-02-01: A necessary condition of both freedom and responsibility is that you will have to make decisions that hurt people.
82: 2012-01-24: One of life's most destructive mistakes is making permanent decisions based on temporary sensations.
83: 2012-01-23: Life isn't a matter of obeying the rules. It's deciding which rules to obey when they conflict with each other.
84: 2012-01-15: You tell me that you've changed, but a real decision us measured by action not words.
85: 2012-01-14: There is rarely any effective treatment for personality disorders, except when you detect them in yourself and decide to change on your own.
86: 2011-12-27: The prison for good people is when a few compassionate decisions lead to huge obligations that absorb everything you have.
87: 2011-12-26: If you decide to pursue revenge, the main question is, where are you going to stop?
88: 2011-12-21: Advertising preys upon people's basic insecurity about making decisions on their own.
89: 2011-12-19: It is a lot easier to protest against something than for something, especially if you can't decide what you want.
90: 2011-12-16: "After so many years, I suddenly remembered that I enjoyed your writings and I decided to check what you are up to." http://t.co/MnkAiSku
91: 2011-12-06: When you marry someone, you are not just marrying their assets but their liabilities. You become responsible for their bad decisions.
92: 2011-12-06: The most precious right of individuals and organizations is private deliberation. Final decisions are public. The internal debate is not.
93: 2011-12-06: To reach just and reasonable decisions, one must be free to think unjust and unreasonable thoughts so they may be tested and discarded.
94: 2011-12-05: You can't change someone's personality. You can only decide whether and how to interact with them.
95: 2011-12-04: You can't just live for today or you'd invest in nothing, but if the goal is too long, you put off hard decisions and don't act now.
96: 2011-11-27: Slogans are cheap, easily distributed, immediately satisfying and far less painful than action or decision. "We Support Our Troops!"
97: 2011-11-27: People like to invent restrictions for themselves—lists of things they won't do—because it helps them avoid making real decisions.
98: 2011-11-25: Love is not a savior or a miracle but a blank canvas. You have to decide what to paint on it.
99: 2011-11-10: Taking no action can often be a responsible choice, as long as it is a deliberate and knowledgeable decision.
100: 2011-11-10: To figure out how life works, you conduct experiments and try to deduce the underlying mechanisms. What works? What doesn't? You decide.
101: 2011-11-05: In any investment decision, monetary or otherwise, what matters is ongoing value, not past cost.
102: 2011-10-08: The alternative to God is that you alone are responsible for your own decisions and fate—an intolerable position for most.
103: 2011-09-23: Elders make wiser decisions than the young. (The problem is their unwillingness to change.) http://t.co/XpqqQbT7
104: 2011-09-19: I have decided to start evaluating people on a simple kindergarten scale of "nice" to "mean". Cuts through the red tape.
105: 2011-09-18: "Don't make decisions when you're angry. Don't make promises when you're happy."
106: 2011-09-17: If you are counting on people making rational decisions, think again. That rarely happens outside of math problems.
107: 2011-09-01: Religion is unavoidable. People need it to justify the decisions they have already made. Dispel one faith and another will take its place.
108: 2011-08-14: @LetsGo2TheBeach The central pavilion at LAX—or an alien craft. You decide.
109: 2011-08-13: The more hard decisions you make, the easier it is to make them.
110: 2011-08-12: Most of the dysfunction of the world is caused not by evil people but by good people making short-sighted decisions.
111: 2011-08-11: Small people or big chair? You decide. (Downtown Denver) http://t.co/uFgNAW0
112: 2011-08-04: Paper or plastic? Paper is biodegradable but kills trees. Plastic is non-biodegradable but uses less landfill space. OH GOD I CAN'T DECIDE!
113: 2011-07-25: RT @AtheistQ: "Religion attacks us in our deepest integrity by saying we wouldn't be able to make a moral decision without it"-Christoph ...
114: 2011-07-16: You can never erase a past decision. No apology or penance will change it. You can only work with what it has given you.
115: 2011-07-16: Most of the decisions of our past life were based on delusions. Nonetheless, those decisions moved us forward and are part of us now.
116: 2011-07-16: The only danger of following a delusion is that it eventually leads you to bad decisions.
117: 2011-07-12: RT @philo_quotes: If merely 'feeling good' could decide, drunkenness would be the supremely valid human experience. ~ William James http ...
118: 2011-07-04: A crisis forces us to make unpleasant but necessary decisions we would otherwise avoid.
119: 2011-07-01: Given a choice between changing ones life and taking a drug to alleviate the symptoms of bad decisions, most prefer the drug.
120: 2011-05-03: "Everyone makes an existential decision: shall I sneak out of prison alone, or shall I organize a prison revolt?" @NewMindMirror Answer: (a)
121: 2011-04-19: Brilliant! Our two arch-nemesis's, @KimKardashian and @DalaiLama have been combined as @KimOrDalai. Which is which? You decide.
122: 2011-04-12: Too many important decisions are made without considering the phases of the moon.
123: 2011-04-11: The next thing to be decimated by the internet: education! Why go to Yale or even high school when you can do it all online.
124: 2011-04-05: Hebrew is an ancient language resurrected within the past century. It's like Europe deciding to speak Latin again.
125: 2011-03-30: Children are less effected by the sunk cost fallacy because they live for the moment and have invested little in their past decisions.
126: 2011-03-29: People are driven by what they THINK will make them happy. Doesn't always work out that way, especially for decisions made in the moment.
127: 2011-03-27: The death spiral begins when you think you've found happiness and decide to nail it down with a contract.
128: 2011-03-26: All of us are manic-depressives. Our lives are controlled by poor decisions made in our mania—which we called "happiness" at the time.
129: 2011-03-26: The challenge of autodidactism is deciding what to learn and not getting stuck in unproductive eddies.
130: 2011-03-23: Our 2010 essay: "Life is Logarithmic... Not Linear!" http://j.mp/huHnlu - An oddity of statistics may help you make better decisions.
131: 2011-03-15: The main challenge of life is triage—deciding how to ration out your limited resources for the greatest long-term good.
132: 2011-03-09: Most personal decisions seem to be based on the assumption that one's lifespan is unlimited.
133: 2011-03-06: In a world of infinite need, the decision to help some people must be balanced by a firm and conscious refusal to help others.
134: 2011-03-01: What goes into teen decisions? "Not much. Most seem to rely little on premeditation or planning." http://bit.ly/eP4ajA via @SocialPsych
135: 2011-03-01: The valedictorian (ibid) seems to be blaming "the system" for decisions that she herself has made (studying rather than exploring).
136: 2011-02-28: The root of intelligence is a conscious decision to be intelligent. It's a self-fulfilling prophesy!
137: 2011-02-25: RT @dope_friend: Be exactly who you want to be. Your personality can be altered and shaped by your conscious decision to do so.
138: 2011-02-25: Boundaries are when you decide for yourself what you can and cannot do and actively defend those lines against the encroachment of others.
139: 2011-02-23: People are swayed by brand names (Gucci, Harvard, Kardashian) because it's easier than making real decisions about the underlying product.
140: 2011-02-02: RT @YuririaSierra: RT @BadDalaiLama: Bad decisions, once made, tend to be self-reinforcing \\\ Until that decision demonstrates why it w ...
141: 2011-02-02: Bad decisions, once made, tend to be self-reinforcing ==> "Long-Term Effects of Short-Term Emotions" http://bit.ly/6KfmtN v @ericaalexander
142: 2011-02-02: Even if paranormal phenomena are real, they should never be used as the basis for decision making. They are too easily corrupted by feeling.
143: 2011-01-23: To those who are used to misery, happiness triggers euphoria, which often leads to bad decisions that bring the misery back.
144: 2011-01-14: When deciphering a message of any kind, the envelope it came in is as telling as the message itself. Ask: Who sent this to me and why?
145: 2011-01-10: The problem with television is you don't control the pace. Information is spoon-fed to you instead of you deciding what you need and when.
146: 2011-01-07: Much about life is decided in an instant. A momentary indiscretion, a wrong move and—WHAM!—nothing is the same again.
147: 2011-01-03: As a rule, celebrities, politicians and people in power are very passive. They won't make decisions or respond to requests unless forced to.
148: 2010-12-20: Intellect isn't worth much if you aren't willing to apply it to your most emotional decisions.
149: 2010-12-20: Most of life's hardest falls stem from foolish decisions we made during moments of success.
150: 2010-12-20: You cannot walk through walls, but you can overcome any barrier of will or discomfort, simply by deciding to do it.
151: 2010-12-20: Our greatest instrument of growth is catastrophe, which forces us to make decisions we couldn't face otherwise.
152: 2010-12-18: No human can obey every law and regulation. It's not possible and still get things done. You must decide which rules to comply with and why.
153: 2010-12-16: Hard work and perseverance have their virtues, but intelligence and wise decision making are more valuable.
154: 2010-12-13: "It is only in our decisions that we are important."—Sartre
155: 2010-12-09: Never decide today what you can put off 'til tomorrow (if there is no benefit in deciding now). It's good to preserve your options.
156: 2010-12-05: To reach just and reasonable decisions, one must be free to think unjust and unreasonable thoughts so they may be tested and discarded.
157: 2010-12-05: The most precious right of individuals and organizations is private deliberation. Final decisions are public. The internal debate is not.
158: 2010-12-04: You can't change someone's personality. You can only decide how and whether to interact with them and how much of yourself to expose.
159: 2010-11-27: Slogans are cheap, easily distributed, immediately satisfying and far less painful than action or decision. "We Support Our Troops!"
160: 2010-11-27: People like to invent restrictions for themselves—lists of things they won't do—because it helps them avoid making real decisions.
161: 2010-11-19: Any help you give will be devalued and abused unless the person you are helping decides he wants it and is willing to pay a price for it.
162: 2010-11-12: The hard decisions of life involve accepting some pain now to avoid even greater pain later.
163: 2010-11-11: Intelligence is not a quality of the brain but a personal decision to follow reason over convenience.
164: 2010-11-08: The promise of advertising is escape from responsibility. The product will make your decisions for you.
165: 2010-11-05: You can't protect people from their own decisions. Any system that tries will fail, because it enables continued dysfunction.
166: 2010-11-03: People do their best work without a safety net, because when a net is present they tend to use it to avoid making hard decisions.
167: 2010-11-01: An oft-neglected factor in any decision is the will and intentions of the other party to it.
168: 2010-11-01: A decision delayed could be an opportunity lost... or a chance to gain better information and let the problem resolve itself.
169: 2010-11-01: For each decision, there is an optimal time for resolution. Some require swift action while others are best deferred.
170: 2010-10-20: If our parents hadn't made the decisions they had, we wouldn't be here today, but that doesn't mean we are bound to the same choices.
171: 2010-10-19: Your brain is a biological computer driven by emotional needs but you still have to make rational decisions if you expect to survive.
172: 2010-10-18: Intelligence is a test of how well you can separate logic from emotion in the decisions that matter most.
173: 2010-10-10: Many tragedies are blessings in disguise because they force us to make hard decisions we couldn't face otherwise.
174: 2010-10-07: It is good to be open to the spiritual and paranormal, but decisions must be based on the concrete and testable.
175: 2010-10-03: When deciphering a message of any kind, the envelope it came in is as telling as the message itself.
176: 2010-09-22: Every decision is an act of triage.
177: KilroyCafe: 2010-11-11: RT @BadDalaiLama: Intelligence is not a quality of the brain but a personal decision to follow reason over convenience.
178: KilroyCafe: 2010-10-07: We don't need your #ff's! If someone is funny or should be followed, retweet their best work and let us decide.
179: KilroyCafe: 2010-10-07: RT @BadDalaiLama: It is good to be open to the spiritual and paranormal, but decisions must be based on the concrete and testable.
180: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-10: "Liberty, once lost, is lost forever."—John Adams. Wrong, John! Many have regained their freedom, but you have to decide you want it back.
181: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-05: Every decision is an act of triage.
182: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-02: Our greatest adversary is that guy who made our past decisions.
183: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-29: If you declare yourself an "ian" or an "ist", then you've stopped making true moral choices and decided to paint by the numbers instead.
184: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-28: If you never tweet, I'll follow you forever. The more you tweet the more I am forced to decide whether your wisdom is worth the cost.
185: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-25: Instead of making one grand decision based on faith, you should make many small decisions based on knowledge.
186: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-25: Avoid making decisions until you have to act on them. A delayed decision is usually a better informed one.
187: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-08: Every decision in life is an act of triage — rationing and leveraging inadequate resources to achieve the maximum positive effect.
188: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-07: Religion is what you need when your life is going nowhere due to your own bad decisions, because it's easier than change.
189: KilroyCafe: 2010-07-14: An ant decides whether he likes a country based on the first breadcrumb he encounters there.
190: KilroyCafe: 2010-07-14: Tenets of creativity: (a) remain uncommitted (b) work with what you have (c) take the initiative, and (d) decide for yourself.
191: KilroyCafe: 2010-07-09: "I've decided what to have for dinner, but the camera crew hasn't arrived yet." @KayM77 - i.e. Some people need witnesses to feel alive.
192: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-12: Most personal decisions are based on the false assumption that one's lifespan is unlimited.
193: KilroyCafe: 2010-04-16: Sometimes, the key to a great product is profoundly not giving a shit. Then you can make detached decisions about what's in front of you.
194: KilroyCafe: 2010-04-04: Sometimes the best decision is to defer the decision until later.
195: KilroyCafe: 2010-04-04: Some decisions require swift and decisive action while others are best deferred so they have the opportunity to resolve themselves.
196: KilroyCafe: 2010-04-04: An oft-neglected factor in any decision is the will and intentions of the other party to it.
197: KilroyCafe: 2010-04-04: Any help you give will be devalued and abused unless the subject of your help decides he wants it and is willing to pay a price for it.
198: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-23: The bottom line of life is that no one can protect you from your own decisions.
199: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-15: Every decision in life is an act of triage: doing the best you can with inadequate resources.
200: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-14: The primary function of religion is to make you feel comfortable with the decisions you have already made.
201: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-11: There is always grace in something that works well, but beauty in itself is worthless and should not play a role in your decisions.
202: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-27: Kilroy Cafe #66: "Life is Logarithmic... Not Linear!" http://bit.ly/bhAX2P A statistical oddity may help you make better personal decisions.
203: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-24: An autodidact is one who decides to teach himself.
204: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-24: Once you decide self-learning is possible and actually get off your ass to do it, education only gets in the way.
205: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-23: Your mind is like the deliberation room of a jury: a place to hash out complex decisions free from outside interference.
206: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-17: Most moral decisions in life are not a matter of choosing the "best" alternative but the "least worst" one.
207: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-09: No statistic about what other people are doing can justify your own actions. Your situation is unique and must be decided on its own merits.
208: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-07: "It is always thus, impelled by a state of mind which is destined not to last, that we make our irrevocable decisions." - Marcel Proust
209: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-31: A split second, a bad decision made on the fly, and everything can change in an instant. Life hangs by such a fragile thread. Don't test it!
210: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-19: When deciphering a message of any kind, the envelope it came in is as telling as the message itself. Ask: Who sent this to me and why?
211: KilroyCafe: 2009-12-17: Many catastrophes are blessings in disguise because they force us to make hard decisions we couldn't face otherwise.
212: KilroyCafe: 2009-11-25: After someone announces a big decision - marriage, baby, etc - you can only offer congratulations. The wisdom of the choice is moot.
213: KilroyCafe: 2009-10-23: Intelligence is a test of how well you can separate logic from emotion in the decisions that matter most.
214: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-28: People who are already trapped usually want you to join their prison because it helps justify their own past decisions.
215: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-17: As a rule, those in positions of power are very passive. They won't make decisions unless they are forced to.
216: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-05: The "reasons" people cite for their choices are usually false. They are invented after the decision has already been made.
217: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-23: NY Times on hearing: http://bit.ly/4eAY8U "When an Ear Witness Decides the Case" - Our hearing helps explain music.
218: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-15: It is amazing what we can comfortably do without when forced to, but we are loathe to make such decisions on our own.
219: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-21: To figure out how life works, you conduct experiments and try to deduce the underlying mechanisms. What works? What doesn't? You decide.
220: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-06: The pothead's lack of initiative is called "amotivational syndrome," which he insists doesn't exist. Know any potheads? You decide.
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