What I want to hear vs. the truth

If I look for an answer and dig deep enough on the internet, I can find any answer I want to hear, be it right or wrong.  I could plow through 89 web pages or posts and not find the answer I want to hear, and then I see the answer I want to hear on 11 sites and accept it as the one correct answer.  Looking for the answer I want is not the way to find the correct answer.

The internet gives everyone a voice, and sometimes that voice has alternative motives.  Research needs to be backed up, proven, examples shown, and the best is usually printed in a non-fiction book.  Opinions are not facts. The correct answer and the truth may not be something we want to hear. Do not turn a blind eye to the truth, just because its to painful to hear.

Instead of spinning your wheels accepting misguided information that you want to hear, embrace the correct answer and move forward.

Chad

Riding motorcycles and wrenching since my preteen years, I have moved from motocross to street bikes. Being a teen back in those days it was tough to get me off of the bike. Now days even though I am very busy being a dad I still have my weekends and go to the track to race and on occasion will do a track day or two.

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