Facts -- they're thrown at us and poured on us. They're turning into mushy stuff nowadays, that can't hold you up.
You can't grab a fact or hold onto it without sinking into it -- it's kind of like quick sand.
I heard a fact onever thought abt getting a robot helper--a maid, pet, a playmate? (see film clips) http://bit.ly/17lfJLq
CBS News awhile ago: "Soda makes children more likely to destroy things, attack others."
I read the article. The "proof" was opinions based on the doings of New York City's Mayor, who was trying to ban 32-inch-size drinks.
Okay guys -- is soda makes kids violent a fact, or a maybe?
I think this is a time to beware of facts. Avoid the word -- they are maybes, suppositions, superstitions, spruced up hand-me-downs, nicely tailored, worn-out things that sort of cover up and disguise one's real realities.
Scrutinize, double think, question anything presented as a fact, and be brave.
Yes, it can be embarrassing but don't take facts as facts and cover up your personal realities.