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Are we all contrarians? Does this article describe us?

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Are we all contrarians? Does this article describe us?

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Does this describe what we are? Lol ... contrarian

"IQ is also a contributing factor: The smarter people are, the less they feel compelled to conform to social expectations."

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Re: Are we all contrarians? Does this article describe us?

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Wonderful article. What particularly struck me was the following:

While contrarians often see themselves as righteous defenders of truth, others may experience them as crotchety pot-stirrers.

I thought to myself, “If the author of this article only knew!” Yes, I think most of us here have some measure of a contrarian streak and conventional thinkers remain the bane of our existence.
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