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Posted by Jack McGee on June 20, 2001 03:20:53 UTC

But their opinions are the only thing that matters. [to them] But since they don't live in
other people's heads [to them] IS actually all that matters. Now you can say HER opinion is
not what I believe. And that would be "politically" correct. But to say her OPINION is not correct is a little off. You don't know that and no one can prove her wrong. [ as long
as her statements remain within the realm of subjectivity ] As the DRAGON thing goes, the majority is what counts, and she would be ( quote,
unquote, proven wrong ) I agree with that. Still
doesn't mean there isn't a DRAGON there.
-For instance, if you were to look at the keyboard you're typing on , and I were to tell you
that there weren't actually keys you were typing on, but the reincarnated souls of millions of long-dead mammals, you could not disprove that
ultimately. However, you could say I was wrong due to the majorities acceptance of scientific
deduction that in fact, those keys WERE keys, and
I was a moron. But yes, in all facets I see what
you're saying.
-P.S. I do hope you have more patience with
your grandmother. Hahaha. As you get older, you
may wish to become CLOSER to God. Don't deny it
now. THat would be a mistake. You know that ;-)

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