There’s a poll out that says one-third of Americans believe in ghosts.
This is probably the same group of Americans who believe that 9/11 was an inside job. It’s probably the same one-third of Americans who believe that torture is acceptable. Or one-third of Americans who think that Saddam Hussein orchestrated 9/11.
Penelope Trunk lists the important things we ought to be teaching our kids if we want them to succeed in the workforce. The top of my list? Common sense.
- Don’t publicly express your belief in ghosts. It makes you look like a moron.
- Don’t let the government off so easily by thinking 9/11 was an inside job. A conspiracy is too neat and easy.
- Don’t believe anything that Dick Cheney tells you. Ever.