+151 Statistical speaking someone out there has had the correct opinion about everything, and that person must be miserable, amirite?

by Anonymous 1 year ago

You're right, i am.

by Anonymous 1 year ago

I see no fault in your logic.

by Anonymous 1 year ago

How can opinions be correct?

by Anonymous 1 year ago

The most utilitarian and morally correct. Morality is relative, but this individual's moral perspective would be proven to be the "correct" interpretation over time.

by Anonymous 1 year ago

Thanks for your opinion.

by Anonymous 1 year ago

You mean correctly predicted? How can an opinion be correct?

by Anonymous 1 year ago

The most utilitarian and morally correct. Morality is relative, but this individual's moral perspective would be proven to be the "correct" interpretation over time.

by Anonymous 1 year ago

it's me

by Anonymous 1 year ago

Too many opinions and only 8 billions people... Very unlikely

by Anonymous 1 year ago

Except the fact that you only need one baby having his first opinion to be correct to have the statement working.

by Anonymous 1 year ago

Why would they be more miserable than the other 7.75 billion people who think their opinions and judgments are correct?

by Anonymous 1 year ago

Because even those 7.75 billion people know at some point they've been incorrect about something, whether they admit to it or not. This person would have the knowledge of being correct, still be told otherwise, then be proven correct but not be acknowledged because of those other 7.75 billion refusal to admit fault.

by Anonymous 1 year ago