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I have a personal Thanksgiving tradition. Every year, I set my alarm to get up early so I can watch the sunrise on Thanksgiving morning. It’s my way of making sure I start the day by being quiet and thankful for the simple joy of another morning.
I have not read the Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act. I’d be more ashamed of myself if I weren’t quite certain that I’m not even close to being alone. It would be an overly generous estimate to say that 1 in 1000 people have read it in full. After after having simply scanned it, frankly, I’d be surprised if even 20% of our elected officials have read this document in its entirety.
To treat something in an excessively intellectual manner. Yesterday I was told that I was “over intellectualizing” the issue of confirmation bias in my post, In Search Of The Infinite State. “All you’re really doing is tagging terms to the age old saying ‘stuck in their ways,’” one of the commenters on Facebook said. “Nothing new here. Or exciting really.”