With all of the pitched back and forth battles, one can *sometimes* get the idea that some of us here at RZ *might* have a hard time admitting when we are wrong.
For me personally, I don't have a problem admitting I'm wrong in some situations. For example, I was willing to admit I was wrong about BA reigning supreme mostly because I had no real attachement to the concept. Believe it or not, Mrs. Ltlabner has commented before that I am unusually willing to admit I was wrong long before she is about various marital issues and fights.
Other times, however, when I know that I am right about something I woln't let it go. Ever. (I know that might suprise some of you). Those situations are rare mostly. I had a highschool history teacher who had a question on a test where the 'correct' answer to the battle that represented the high tide of the confederacy was Vicksburg. Needless to say I made a big stink over that. In those cases it's very difficult for me to ever give in and admitt fault even just to placate the other person.
So with that I ask, how easy is it for you to admit you are wrong? Does it depend on the situation?
And be honest.