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Old 12-13-2017, 07:17 AM   #62
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Originally Posted by OLChemist View Post
OK, the teacher in me can't let this go. Slap me folks.


But, these details are irrelevant. They are only questions and answers to illustrate a point. If JD had said to me what he said to you, here is how I would have interpreted his words: "You're no expert. You're not part of my tribe; don't presume to tell me what my tribe does. When I tell you you're wrong, don't argue with me just because what I've said doesn't agree with a book or movie."

JD, forgive me if I was presumptuous. But, I think we're running up against European vs Native learning modes here. Deductive vs inductive.
LOL, I will never, never slap you.

I may offer a point of view which is supported by my experience which derives form the surrounding I live with.


There is a different way of learning I think though I do not want to hang to the words deductive and inductive.
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