There was a time when Australians prided themselves on their nose for bulls–t and for their willingness to call it out as such. But today the lives of many of us are increasingly shaped by an unquestioning acceptance of a number of counter-intuitive assertions, and by a willingness to ignore the evidence which contradicts those assertions for fear of being called names.
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