Reminder: learn how to be a pain in the ass in Saskatoon tonight

Chris DiCarlo’s in town to promote his new book: How to Become a Really Good Pain in the Ass: A Critical Thinker’s Guide to asking the Right Questions.

If you are in the city and can be at Rusty MacDonald Library (225 Primrose Drive) at 6pm this evening (pack a sandwich if have to), stop in and be both educated and entertained.

A really good pain in the ass is someone who is empowered with the ability to spot faulty reasoning and, by asking the right sorts of questions, hold people accountable not only for what they believe but how they behave.

This book revolves around asking and answering five very important questions. They are so important, they are called the Big Five:

1. What can I know?
2. Why am I here?
3. What am I?
4. How should I behave?
5. What is to come of me?

I look forward to hearing the answers.


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1 Response to Reminder: learn how to be a pain in the ass in Saskatoon tonight

  1. tmso says:

    Interesting questions. I’ll have to check out his book. Thanks!

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