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Posted by Mario Dovalina on August 27, 2001 18:59:42 UTC

Whenever anyone poses a question to you, you either change the subject by asking an irrevevant question as in this reply to Alex:

or you divert the argument to countless biased links. It's starting to get old.

I have an idea, Jisbond. Let's pretend I don't feel like spending $15 for a book I would only read for the sake of this argument. Let's pretend that you are capable of holding an opinion instead of redirecting others' opinions. Let's pretend that you are capable of defending your opinion in a conversational format. It's a lot harder to argue with someone intelligent than to argue with an unresponding book, Jisbond. Give it a try once in a while.

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