truism of edo

From Wikipedia a truism is a claim that is so obvious or self-evident as to be hardly worth mentioning, except as a reminder or as a rhetorical or literary device.

In philosophy, a sentence which asserts incomplete truth conditions for a proposition may be regarded as a truism. An example of such a sentence would be: "Under appropriate conditions, the sun rises." Without contextual support — a statement of what those appropriate conditions are — the sentence is true but uncontestable. A statement which is true by definition ("All cats are mammals.") would also be considered a truism.

The word may be used to disguise the fact that a proposition is really just an opinion, especially in rhetoric.

My point you ask? Herein lay my opinions which are likely obvious to everyone else. Perhaps at best this make me a prophet of the bleeding obvious.

Aculis via Google Street View

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It's never ceases to surprise me what can be found on Google Street View. This is a view of the offices of Aculis in Provo, Utah. Can you find my car? Hint: You will have to navigate around a bit because it is hidden in this view.

edoism of the day

Don't shake the chicken, unless you want scrambled eggs.