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Posted by Whittier on November 25, 2003 22:49:38 UTC

Ruquist, although you are quite often illogical
and I criticize your many, many logical fallacies
while disputing your innuendos about me, I do not
hate you as a spiritual being. I try not to be overly sensitive about errors the other person makes, since after all, science is the process of testing and evaluating principles.
The implication that I have many "aliases" is
an example of dishonest innuendo employed by you,
Ruquist. (Is it to bolster your argument after it has been criticized on merits? That too is illogical.) My multiple user names on this forum have been a subject many times. I have never disputed being one person with user names which I freely admit. Among them are carefuluniverse, kantolfir2, quiet, something, spazcon, and about five others, few or any of which have been seen on this forum in the pasts 12 months.
This is not the same as an "alias." I posted my
link several times to my personal website
and a League of Women Voters page from my campaign for state legislature (I'm a Democrat.)
You, on the other hand, have no website and hardly any links at all online.
And you don't answer arguments on their merits.

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