Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Special guest thoughts:

When people don't agree on something, but they're fine with that fact, they "agree to disagree."

We never really take advantage of the obvious opposite resolution, though: "disagree to agree." As in: we agree on topic A, and you're satisfied that we agree, but I'm upset that we agree. This doesn't change the fact that we agree on topic A, but I disagree that we should agree. Disagree to agree.