Prez wrote on Sep 27, 2012, 20:53: That's one of the advantages of being a bartender and historian both. You come to understand human nature really well and you constantly see it repeated over and over again down through history. We all suffer from cognitive dissonance to a degree but mine is much less than most people by virtue of what I do and what I've studied most of my life. I calls 'em the way they are, as it were.
As a bartender you must see a lot of cognitive dissonance. Is it the scientific word for drunkenness?