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Old 01-20-2012, 03:47 AM   #195
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Re: Us government's trick to violate civil liberties

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Originally Posted by kael03 View Post
I thought you took your ball and went home? Why are you still trying to drive this argument (and it is an argument from the moment you started this bullshit thread)?

Btw, one opinion can defeat another, if the first opinion is sound logically and has actual backing to it. Therefore, our "opinions" beat the living fuck out of yours.
What a load of shit that is.
An opinion never beats another opinion, only facts do, and the only facts that can disprove it are ones that make it impossible.

You ever heard the expression there's more than one way to skin a cat?

You could make the statement that you think that blah is the best car ever and list stats to make it seem so, and anyone who is like-minded will ogle the stats and whole-heartedly agree. What makes it the best in your opinion could be anything from top speed to the quality of the interior.

Someone else may think another car is the best simply because of it's looks.

Just because you have access to a fucking catalog about your car, and the other person doesn't, doesn't in any way make the other person's opinion about the best car wrong, it only makes it different for both of you, and you a bit too obsessive.

So quit trying to tell me this lame-ass bs about an opinion disproving an opinion. It's impossible.
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