Monday, March 9, 2009

Mac Campbell, on being wrong

One of my greatest thrills is to find I've been wrong, so I welcome every chance.

The first prize for a successful attack on my thinking, is making me happy to be wrong; the second prize is to force me think more clearly.

4 comments:

Melinda said...

On the very very RARE occasions that i've been wrong, i've been too stunned to know what i'm thinking. I'm so terrible smart Mac. :D

Melinda said...

bwahahaha....i said I'm so "terrible smart" instead of "terribly smart." I think the first is correct. :D

Nathan Ritson said...

to be wrong means you cannot be wrong in future and u r able to laugh when other people r wrong about it and then they get it of u and they laugh when someone else dosent know it

Melinda said...

Do your assignment Nathan! It is wrong for you to be surfing the net when you are supposed to be writing a persuasive speech! Another example of how right I am.