Re: OT fallacies

From: Patrick May <>
Date: Sun, 04 Jun 2006 20:04:56 +0100
Message-ID: <m24pz02147.fsf_at_Dagney.local>

"Alfredo Novoa" <> writes:
> > That's an . . . interesting defense of rudeness, but avoids
> > the real issue in the thread that spawned this one. Mr. Badour,
> > among others, immediately accused Mr. Martin, among others, of
> > "ignorance" and "foolishness" without responding to Mr. Martin's
> > arguments. Further, Mr. Badour claimed to have addressed those
> > arguments but refused to provide evidence of having done so.
> Imagine that someone joins to a medicine group and starts to write
> that promiscuous sex without protection is completely safe,
> presenting evidently ridiculous and tricked arguments.
> Which kind of responses would you expect?
> What Martin and others write in comp.object is nearly as foolish as
> that.

     So you keep claiming. Backing up your claims, even once, would be a lot more convincing than the hot air and puerile insults that I've seen so far.



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