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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on April 21, 2002 17:10:22 UTC

Darwinpoodle, Cliff Riley and Scott Abernathy
wrote (in entirety):
"That is a matter of opinion.

Is it propoganda or is what I say based on someone elses good logic or science.

Where is your "work"?"


Response:
1) You can say that to anyone or about anything, but it's not especially pertinent in this exchange.

2) Spelling and punctuation are important in logic and algebra. Were those errors inadvertent or do you actually not know how to spell and punctuate? To show you are not careless, you can always look up words in a dictionary. Punctuation can be learned in elementary school. Not to use good spelling and punctuation implies careless disregard, which does not strengthen your point, but weakens it, especially when there was almost no point to what you were saying in the first place. This is not an attack but an honest, sober appraisal with which I believe your higher self, if you have one, would concur.

If you say something significant with bad spelling and punctuation, we'd still be impressed, of course.

3) What are you "talking about"?

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