The verdict is out as to whether the person you think is a jerk really is one, because undoubtedly that person has fans as well.
The verdict is also out as to whether or not that restaurant really is good, that service station really does provide excellence car maintenance, as to whether that leader really knows what she is doing.
In fact, the verdict is out on quite a few things, isn’t it?
So what’s next? Maybe we need to spend less of our time on definitive, black-and-white verdicts and more on the choices we make based upon our interpretations of what we believe those verdicts to be.
“Yelp says the restaurant is the best; I beg to differ. I’m not interested in proving my point, but I’m comfortable with the decisions I base off of it.”