Peter Wood writes a danged useful article.

How to ask a question.” Timely, topical, useful, starkly necessary… pick a favorable descriptor; it’ll probably fit.  Because people DO NOT KNOW HOW TO ASK QUESTIONS.  And in the process of demonstrating their lack of knowledge, they quite often end up hurting their own side.

This wouldn’t bother me at all, except that “not knowing how to ask a question” is a bipartisan problem…

(Via Instapundit)

Moe Lane

PS: I found this article personally useful, as well.

1 Comment

  • Brian Swisher says:

    Just came here from there and agree completely. Trouble is, the people who really need this article won’t likely read it, and, if they do read it, will probably find themselves mystified by the small change of American culture that Mr. Wood freely scatters throughout…

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