• People act as if there are no bad questions, only right or wrong answers.
  • That’s not true. There are flawed questions. There are also many answers for any question, especially if the question is flawed.

  • People will ask a question in such a way as to produce the answer they want. This is corruption.

  • Inserting your own prejudice into the question, invalidates the question.

  • To be forced to answer a question in a pre-specified number of words, or to be given two choices, yes or no, is also corrupt. It’s the interviewer corrupting the answer of the interviewee.

  • Lawyers do it all the time. And the judges will find you in contempt of court if you don’t answer with the words or time limit demanded. Where’s the justice in that? There is none.

  • Justice cannot exist in the presence of corruption. Justice is truth.