Originally Posted by ACt
I disagree. You're wrong.
Nope, seems like I understand those concepts just fine, thank you. Any other "concepts from grade two" you'd like to question our knowledge on? I'll have you know that I can tell the difference between a triangle and a square before you ask.
Funny how you stated them both together like that. Most people don't realize they can disagree with someone without either of them being wrong. Saying I disagree requires no proof, as does anyone stating anything other than stating that someone is wrong, and or someone is right.
Things that are actually right and wrong come along so rarely that it's ridiculous. Most of the time it's just all gray shit. You all act like everything is black and white when pretty much everything is gray.
Originally Posted by kael03
Sorry, but that's not how discussions work. Like, anywhere. You have the burden of proof by making the initial claim. Anyone that tells you you are wrong are, in a round-about way, asking you to provide actual, concrete evidence of your claims.
Whatever, I've never been anywhere but here that people haven't gone by those rules in a discussion.