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Now you might think, "That makes sense. It's obvious, really. In fact, I already knew that."
Yeah, sure. You know how I know you're a fucking liar? Cuz it took me a while before I took that step. I saw this image years ago and I thought, "Haha, apparently no one did fact-checking for that article!" And I felt a glow of superiority and smarter-than-thou smugness. But I went on and read many other articles about anime I hadn't seen and I didn't consider that those articles could have been making similarly egregious errors about their contents. I didn't consider that for a long time.
Unless you already know something about the topic, I want you to know from now on that an education pertaining to any topic based solely on having read a trending article/watched a prime-time news report can only guarantee you've reached the Peter line of intelligence regarding said topic.
Hold up. It might have been a well-written report. They might even, against all odds, have done thorough fact-checking before publication. Hell, even a stopped clock is right twice a day. In which case, yay, you might get a good education. What I'm saying is you're only guaranteed the lower limit. Never consume a report and believe everything in it. Now that's retarded.