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Monday October 20, 2014 MYT 12:30:54 PM
Sane and reasonable people can do crazy things when they're part of a riled-up crowd. Just ask anybody at the UMNO Annual General Assembly.
You know him. The one that sticks to his point of view even in the face of contradictory facts. The one who stands alone on his molehill of stupidity, cutting through arguments with the razor-sharp logic of a blunt hatchet.
If you’re the wrong nationality in Penang, you can’t cook Penang food. But what do we even mean by “authentic”?
I think dogs are unfriendly, which dogs then sense, so they're wary of me, which I take as confirmation of my bias.
The Prime Minister wants Malaysia to lead the moderate movement. But whose idea of moderate is up for debate.
Are there any acceptable reasons to cheat in exams?
The Internet has made it possible to share cheap hotel bookings, Uber taxis and... political news.
When children see that cheaters prosper, what hope is there for the future?
Contradictheory asks: If something is not scientifically proven to be effective, should you take it anyway if it makes you feel better?
Is it really difficult to be an honest leader?
Logic is the antithesis of emotion but mathematician-turned-scriptwriter Dzof Azmi’s theory is that people need both to make sense of life’s vagaries and contradictions.
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