Thank You for Smoking: Chocolate vs. Vanilla Ice Cream
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  • Speaking → Arguments → Forming An Argument
  • Philosophy → Morality → Moral Flexibility

While at an amusement park, Nick explains to his son, Joey, that one needs moral flexibility in order to perform his job as a lobbyist. He then explains how to argue effectively and in a manner that results in him always being right. He demonstrates this technique in an argument with Joey in which he asserts that vanilla ice cream is the best.

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