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Herb and Jamaal by Stephen Bentley for May 03, 2014

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    Darsan54 Premium Member almost 7 years ago

    No, because the road to “common sense” often has a lot of “nonsense” paving the road. You have to experience a little (and sometimes a LOT !) failure until something becomes common sense. Accept your “failures” as part of the learning process. As a work friend said once, if you aren’t making some mistakes, you aren’t doing the job! (while standing on an I-beam support 150 feet in the air).

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    Magic Grandad  almost 7 years ago

    It’s a cartoon, that’s all, a joke why pontificate in this manner? Or do you just like the sound of your own prejudices

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    paullp Premium Member almost 7 years ago

    My grandmother was fond of the expression, “Common sense is very rare.”

    I’ve always thought of common sense as something you either have or you don’t; I don’t consider it to be something you can learn, either from experience or by making mistakes. In this case I don’t think the kid would have benefited from using common sense; he just needs to study a little more in order to understand his math better.

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    IDrawH&j  almost 7 years ago

    Nicely said, Magic Grandad.

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