The case for the argumentative theory of reason, as made by The Office

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— Michael Scott, referring to a bottle of red wine in “Dinner Party”

“Dinner Party” — one of the best, albeit cringiest, episodes of The Office — finds Jim and Pam tricked into a dinner party at Michael and Jan’s condo. …










Zander Nethercutt

mistaking correlation for causation since '94; IYI, probably | 🧓Chicago, IL | ✍️. @ zandercutt.com | GET IN TOUCH: zander [at] zandercutt [dot] com

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