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"twenty seven pairs" Discussed on No Stupid Questions

No Stupid Questions

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven pairs" Discussed on No Stupid Questions

"In all possible ways. And what would happen if this polygraph app told you that you were lying a lot more than one half a day if i believed it if i thought oh yeah there you go. That wasn't exactly true and thought about all's motivated reasoning. That's happening in the moment. I think i would begin to lie less. Because i do. Think lying erodes the trust we have in other people. So that's the external cost of lying. But what about the internal. How does lying change oneself perception as a person of integrity. That's important to most of us. It's interesting to think about what it means to lie to yourself and why that's bad. If it's bad. And by the way many psychologists and i think neuroscience would be rough consensus with this that in a real sense there are multiple selves. There's like tired. Angela energetic angela. And there's angelo with a lot of other people around the angela all by herself and future. Angela and present angela and past angela. And i think the idea that one of the angela's could be lying to the other angela's with probably cause some kind of distress to have that inner dissonance of all those angela's that you just named and there were many and i'm sure there are many more. I'm sure there's pizza angeles sushi angela and chopped liver angela. Which one is the most or the least. Well if you believe the dan arieli study that you were just talking about then. I think it would be some kind of distressed angela. Desperate angela instrumentally lying to get her way. And maybe that's why if i am roughly accurate in my belief that i'm not inclined much to lying means because i'm privileged and maybe it's because i have not a lot of need i'm the opposite of john valjean. I don't need to still loaf of bread to feed my family. I don't need to lie about my credentials. There's not a lot of duress honestly in my life. So i am looking here at some research by ipsos so market research firm surveyed about a thousand americans about their views on lying sixty. Four percent said that lying was sometimes justified. Thirty six percent said never justified. Now we don't know how many of them are lying about that life answer. Does that result strike you as believable useful. It does strike me that there are occasions on which the lie is a price that you're willing to pay for some greater good and barry schwartz. Our common friend in a psychologist now at berkeley berry would very often bring out. The example of your wife was a show. You her new dress and she says how does it look. And you're thinking it makes your ass look a mile wide and the question is do you tell the truth. Barry probably wouldn't have been so cross and his description but very would say. That's an example. Where honesty which is obviously a virtue should be trumped by something else like empathy. And that's also virtue so i think those americans who say hey there occasions on which lying is a good thing are probably thinking about the white lies that we tell each other and maybe even ourselves in moments where there's a greater virtue we have that scenario exactly in my house all the time not as my s a mile wide scenario but my wife will put on something. It might be an outfit or shoes or maybe a piece of jewelry and say this one or that one or do you like this. And i have learned to be very honest with her because my wife is very honest in those kind of things and she wants that. But what's interesting is that she will often. In fact i would say almost always disagree or overrule me. She'll come out with like black shoe on one brown show on the other day. Which of these do you think goes with his outfit. And i look at it. And i'll say the black she's like okay. Yeah i'm wearing the brown. Now what's interesting is. I was so conditioned when we first got married years and years ago to do the opposite to do the barry schwartz. Just yeah you look great fish around for what she wanted to hear and then go with that or they both look fantastic. I couldn't imagine any third shoe in the world who better so. Maybe i've been informed by marriage in that way. But i really do. I mean what. I'm about to say so self serving about sakes. I'm sure everyone says. But i really do. Try to not lie. And i think about why i think they're at least two reasons one is it feels terrible. It just feels like a small but significant emotional trauma every time you tell why it doesn't feel good. The other part is it. It becomes costly to lie in that you have to keep track of your lies or otherwise you'll be caught and then the cover up is worse than the crime. This gets me back to the question of why we lied so i read a really interesting piece of research. It was from almost twenty years ago by a psychologist at umass. Amherst named robert feldman that was looking at lying among undergrads had one hundred twenty seven pairs of undergraduate students and he told them the study was about help people interact when they meet someone new and these participants would have a ten minute recorded conversation with a hidden camera and in one condition. The students were told to try to make themselves seem likable. Another they were told to try to seem competent. Third was a control group. They didn't get any direction like this afterward. He told the participants that they had been videotaped than he got consent from them and then he had them watch the videos after an identify where they had told an untruth and the results. I'm reading here. Sixty percent of the people in that ten minute conversation lied at least once told an average of two to three lies. But here's what i'm getting to. This is aside result. But i find really interesting. Women were more likely to lie to make the person they were talking to feel good while men lied most often to make themselves look better that resonate so deeply by the way i wondered whether in addition to wind to make the other person feel better there was going to be a gender difference on cleaning or owning up to lies because by the way what one person defines as a lie and what another person defines could be very different things Good point let me ask you this. You know a little something about children and their brains at.

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"twenty seven pairs" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

Texas Titans Podcast

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven pairs" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast

"If you're outside of texas you may have never heard the name rocky carroll however if you ever functioned at all in texas politics you know exactly who rocky is his boots have been clopping through the halls of the austin capital for years. They have also pressed the royal blue carpet of the oval office. They have roamed the halls of ten downing street as well. Even if you haven't been to texas or heard of rocky you have a connection. Even if a few degrees of separation beyond your connection to kevin bacon that's because rocky carroll has made boots for almost every president of the united states since ronald reagan. He is a texas legend. Former prime minister tony blair has some rocky carroll customs as well i have a pair of rocky carroll boots. I'll never forget. When i decided i had reached a point in my life i could possess such a fine article of footwear. I called the number of and gave me this rocky. A gruff voice with a hurry tone exclaimed. Oh is this rocky carroll. Yeah this him. How can i help you. I then proceeded to spend the next forty five minutes on the phone with the legend himself. Still answering the phone. And taking orders and sharing stories about gw bush rick perry and riding on air force one rocky is said to have made twenty seven pairs of boots for bush. The senior they can be seen at the bush museum in college station. It was as though this legend was still trying to convince me. I should have him make my boots. His clients are once who leave. Google review or not ones who leave google reviews. They're the kind who have buildings named after them rocky was one of a kind and he was so good even in a state. Where boots are the official. Formal wear for any self-respecting gentlemen. He was noticed he stood out rocky. Kept it simple. But he was meticulous with his work. He knew his customers. It had a story about every swatch of leather used. Mine are made from some leftover shoulder. Hide from a pair of black cherry boots. He made for george w bush. At least that's what rocky told me. And that's our story. And i'm sticking to it rocky. Passed away a couple years ago in his recliner in his boot shop. We lost a texas legend that day. Who was so good even in texas where there are more than enough big personalities. He was.

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"twenty seven pairs" Discussed on The Bible...but Funnier

The Bible...but Funnier

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven pairs" Discussed on The Bible...but Funnier

"To stories called the blank flood mad. Libs noah's flood. He comes from genesis chapter six to chapter nine. It's the bible but funnier a show that offers fresh takes on familiar bible stories by spicing them up a little bit of humor. A whole lot of fun through humor. Investigate the timeless truths in these passages and explore. What we might have missed before. Hey friends just want to remind you. If you feel called support the show you can go to theon media dot com slash t bb f there. You'll find a link to our by me. Coffee dot com page and other ways to say. Thank you if you sign up for a recurring membership on by me. Coffee dot com which is just five dollars a month you will get access to the mad lib version of this episode with all the blinks that you and your friends can fill it in and make the flood story a lot more funny. Today's story is a mad lib. Which leg i just kind of explained is a store with a bunch of blinks each has a corresponding part of speech or a particular feature. So i wrote this story as a pretty faithful summary of what we find three chapters in genesis however i crowd sourced the blanks from twitter and random generators. So what comes out is a little bit different than you remember reading in sunday school without further. Ado let's get to the show. The world was now well populated but the lord. God was not interested. The lord saw the people's wickedness was so great and every thought of their skin was pure evil. This did not make god proud data these humans so god said i will blot out all humans that i created from the face of the land animals to especially that goat. I'm relieved that. I made these certain people however no and his family were the good guys around god. Clued noah in on the plan. I have decided to end all living things for the earth filled with so much violence. So make yourself an ark of colossal squid would make rooms inside of it. It should be five cubits long and twenty seven cubits wide and forty one cubits tall get a roof on it. Some various dax lounge area whole works. I will bring a flood of water onto the earth. And we are going to reboot this project but with yuna family. I'm grateful with so you will be safe by the way you're also going to save. Some animals. take thirty two of every kind of animal of the special clean animals and the birds take twenty seven pairs. So noah got to building. He stood mostly with the plans. But a decorative capybaras on the side of the ship looking at the finish arc. He was loyally surprised his work soon enough. The time was upon them. God called and said noah it's showtime. No one is family got into the juicy boats with all their animal pals soon though waterworks started the cliffs of the deep burst open rain poured from the sky. Then that rain fell forty nine days and forty nine nights. But noah his unnamed wife and kids sham having j v plus their spouses and then all the animals were safe in the archa archa. The ark was floating above even the tallest wrench. Everything that lived on. Dryland perished noah his family and the animal crew. Pretty much. all that was left. The cruise wasn't going to last forever. God did not forget about them. Luckily the lord pulled the drain. Cinta ludicrous wind to clear the water after sixty four months vessel landed on a mountain but the waters were still abating. So noah took one of the newts and sent it out in search of land. But i came back because it couldn't find a place to rest after seven days. No center out again this time. She came back with a chapel knees. Maple leaf no awaited another seven days and center out again. She never returned. It was now time to open the doors. With great strain know uncovered the arkan- put him in charge of traffic control. As all the animals started the stampede into the fresh ill informed earth now that the whole messy flood business was done. God said about declaring a covenant with noah god blessed noah told him to start multiplying on the earth then made a promise never destroy the earth by fairies again to seal the deal the lord sign in the sky and egg so all future generations would know the waters would never again destroy the world. Okay okay. i know this story might sound a little confusing. Let's focus on the actual story without other mad libs features god's center flood to clean up sinful planet today. The genesis flood doesn't really help god's pr. It seems kind of unnecessarily cruel. But let's focus on what the story wants us to focus on. God doesn't like sin but god does like righteous people. God goes through great lengths to protect the righteous people. Even though they don't always end up being perfect they never end up being perfect. I mean right after the flood. Noah messes up nevertheless god is faithful to those within god's covenant arrangement so all in all. The flood story is about god's love of goodness and god's commitment to thank you for listening to this episode of mobile but funnier be sure to join us next monday for another great episode. I'm your host. Jake dobermans to find out more on me. Go to jake. Dobermans dot com. The music was created by kenny dobermans. This show is a production of theophanous media. You can learn more about. Pov media at the avenue media dot com. If you want to support the show go to the often media dot com or slash t. bp f. there you'll find some of the resources that we recommend as well as a link to our. Buy me a coffee page or you can donate once or monthly a few extra perks and to say. Thanks for all those things and more often media dot com slash t. f. Thanks for listening..

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