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Thoughts on handling an unwitting trick question

From: Steve C
Sent on: Monday, September 5, 2011 12:06 PM

Dear Skeptics, 

One of the advantages of doing something wrong is that it provides an opportunity to try a new approach next time, and the next time after that, in hopes of eventually getting it right. For what it's worth, here are some thoughts in the aftermath of my having recently mishandled a question: http://bit.ly/nyCgxr

Hope to see you at the Beer Hive for Drinking Skeptically on September 13.

Regards,

Steve Cuno

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