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Posted by Mario Dovalina on July 27, 2001 03:26:18 UTC

"Mario's recent dialogue with you are a perfect example of what I said about people backtracking when they sense danger ahead. Watch it closely, they do it all the time."

You know, I honestly don't think I did that. But that could be my cowardly subconscious working against me. :)

"The strategy consisted of accepting a person's arguments and work them out until they realize how their position is ultimately unsustainable on its own terms, in other words, self-inconsistent."

What do you find unconsistent with my arguments? This is not a rhetorical question. If you feel like getting into a debate, I'll make a conscious effort not to backtrack.

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