Colleges think standardized test are too much for students. The military doesn't.
Interestingly, despite the chatter about getting rid of the SAT and the GRE, there is no talk of eliminating the ASVAB military test. No one says that it’s biased, unreliable, or discriminatory.
There are two reasons for this.
1. In the military, actions have real consequences. People want service members to be held to a high standard. For military recruits, a pencil and paper test is a reasonable requirement. But for those interested in studying at a place of higher learning, it’s a bridge too far.
Rob Henderson - Dropping the SAT Requirement Is a Luxury Belief
The problem with evil is people confuse it with good.
And the true history of the world is these demons coming and going, fighting on one side and then the other, all while the wheel of history remains stubbornly blind to the wisdom that the most common source of evil is good.
Erik Hoel - Karens and the nature of evil
This one speaks for itself...
It’s very common to be utterly brilliant and still think you’re way smarter than you actually are.” – Charlie Munger