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Busted Myself Stereotyping Today

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Rogers Parker

I'm writer, social media maven & tail-end baby boomer.

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Why is it that when I see a broken jack o'lantern in my neighborhood, my first thought is "vandals" and "hoodlums" but when I see a broken pumpkin just north of my neighborhood in suburban Evanston my first thought is "childhood prank"?

Malcolm Gladwell's 2005 book, Blink, may provide some insights into how we think. The People's Institute may help change the way we think. But you can't change what you don't see.

Think about it. 

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