They can be unbiased about things, but not 100% ob<x>jective. For example, if someone liked Billy madison better than Happy Gilmore, you wouldn't call that bias, however an ob<x>jective person can see that Happy Gilmore is technically a better movie by film standards.<br />
No matter what you cannot be 100% ob<x>jective all the time. I'm pretty sure the first anthropolgists that heard about female genital mutilation, were sick tot heir stomachs.
When someone talks to me about a situation I can totally see both sides of it. It's not difficult to be impartial about things at all. <br />
However, I also don't have a need to make everything personal so I'm thinking that's a big part of it.
I'm very good at looking at things ob<x>jectively. I have to be in the right mindset though, and that's not always easy.