Frequently I noticed this happening with people. When A dislikes B, A tends to think B is wrong all the time. And it seems to be persistent, even when B is proven correct multiple times, it doesn't change A's opinion about B. Conversely, when A likes B, A is more likely to think B is not wrong.



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