We came to a conclusion (I forget what it was now) and that was that. This is all within 2 minutes.

It’s true. They’re generally REALLY BAD at it too tongue emoticon Heck, so am I. There’s usually at least one KEY piece of missing information that makes all of their theories moot.

I do it too. I had it happen today.

Stuck behind a truck. I was with my mother in the car. We were almost home. Light turned green. He stayed there. Didn’t move. Waving his arms around a little.

We came up with about 17 different possibilities. Well, she came up with 3… I kinda went overboard with other possibilities, but I can’t help “what if” explosions.

We came to a conclusion (I forget what it was now) and that was that. This is all within 2 minutes.

Anyway, he makes a right turn finally.

What do we see?

A police car with a policeman in front it.

TOTALLY unexpected.

All our theories? Conjectures? All the evidence we used to generate our possibilities with?

Shot to hell. One piece of information changed it all.

Such is the dangers of trying to decipher intent based on limited information tongue emoticon

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