If your opinions are not up for debate, maybe you shouldn't be posting them all over the internet??
Like your fallacious thread post's? lol
Clearly you do not understand the word fallacious.
You aren't being fallacious/deceptive just to get an arguement out of believers?
A question. Wow. This must be tiring for you, pretending you are something you are not.
Excellent. You like to trap yourself don't you? Now logically explain how I am "pretending to be something i'm not" without being fallacious and using semantics. There, I am speaking in your elitist terminology.
How about no. I am fine without proving myself to you. If you feel like it, explain yourself. You think my posts are fallacious, go ahead, tell the world.
Main Entry: fal·la·cious
1 : embodying a fallacy <a fallacious conclusion>
2 : tending to deceive or mislead : delusive
— fal·la·cious·ly adverb
— fal·la·cious·ness noun
Oh he is using it in proper context.
There ya go Marine, back up your claim Mr. Mason has offered you a definition. Now present your argument. No? Got nothing as usual?
fallacious is not the same as deceptive.
In any case, I welcome you to prove your charge against me.
You say I post fallacious threads. Explain.
• noun (pl. fallacies) 1 a mistaken belief. 2 a failure in reasoning which makes an argument invalid.
So Marine, what belief have I presented that is mistaken. How is that belief mistaken? What failure of reasoning have I made. Select an argument and tell me what makes it invalid.
What about 'not get caught' breaking laws?
So the "Oxford Dictionary" is the only one that counts because thats what you pick. Sounds fallacious. Did it only have those 2 definitions in your truth book?
flooding the forum with quotes is not proving anything
Another group of "miracles" on Australian TV. All completely explainable of course, but the headlines sort of forget that bit.
The latest miracle was all over the press and news as well, then later it was debunked as they always are, with much less noise than the lie that promoted it.
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