Have you been in a good argument lately? What about a bad one? Has an argument been presented to you that was so compelling that you were forced to say, “I can’t argue with that.”
Either way, or if you’re just into looking at the phenomenon of arguing, this week’s phrase of the week is “Can’t Argue with That.” should provide ample room for disagreement and……..argument.
Here’s a provocative line from The Urantia Book, “The argumentative defense of any proposition is inversely proportional to the truth contained.”
Hmmm…can we argue with that? All of a sudden I feel like I’m in an Escher painting.
Now we could “arguably” say that Donald Trump is the most difficult president we’ve ever had. On the other hand, if you asked Alexander Hamilton, he might have said that John Adams was the most difficult and challenge you to argue with that?
Then there are all of those arguments we find ourselves in and wonder how we got there, and equally important, how to get out of them with our face having been saved.
Oh my….there’s just lots to argue about and lots about arguing.
So, listen in to this program as Rochelle and I stoke up a good argument until we get to the point where we just can’t argue with that, and discover what that “that” needs to be in order to end the argument.
As usual we include humor, our zany characters, music, insights and surprises.