Wednesday, November 25, 2009

How To Find Out if You Are Biased

Here are a few pointers.
  1. You don't want to find out how Rs3 billion was lost at the STC.
  2. You don't want to know how the STC ended up paying the subsidies on rice and flour after these were initially cancelled.
  3. Only one or two sections of the Bank of Mauritius Act interest you. You never heard about article 5.2a although you are aware that people have become poor in our country.
  4. You find it normal for someone to say that his room for manoeuvre is small although a few days later he announces that he has Rs5.3 billion more than expected.


Yashvin said...

and I would like to add :
"You don't want to hear what the other party wants to say :P"

More on my blog

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

Yeah, especially that.