I am quite sure that miracles happen.
But if you think it is okay to encourage magical thinking, I'll have to stand corrected.
cousinbasil wrote:you are so quick to criticize.
I. Alex runs rings around you, so fast that your "gooey" mind cannot keep up.
But this kind of hubris is common among autodidacts, as is the persistent, defensive projection of inadequacy.
The sense of humor is fine, thanks - which you would know if you had one. BTW - if you are going to lecture me on my own language, try not to say things like "misunderestimating,"
Deebs wrote:famous weasel words like "is common among"
cousinbasil wrote:I thought you didn't read my posts, Deebs.
cousinbasil wrote:Deebs wrote:famous weasel words like "is common among"
How do weasel words get to be famous? Just curious.
if there is a list somewhere of weasel words that somehow got famous
cousinbasil: I thought you didn't read my posts, Deebs.
Diebert: No, I wrote they are to me not worth reading and also something about a filter active when I'm logged in to enable me to flip through long or boring discussions much easier.
One could assume if your settings filter me out, then you cannot actually read my posts. Would you say this is a logical inference? You cannot admit it because then you would have to take back this:When logged in you and many other posters who write too frequent and too irrelevant at this forum are filtered out by my settings.
Can't you see how you subtly change your memory, my words even for this unimportant issue? It's called lying. That's what you are of course: a liar! Or at least very sloppy with truth.
Diebert: ...famous weasel words like "is common among"
cousinbasil: How do weasel words get to be famous? Just curious.
Diebert: By being widely known, at least to those familiar with debating stuff, or with a dictionary!
Yes, I did already link you to a page with a list of common examples.
I have no doubt you consider yourself some kind of serious debater or thinker.But try a few years of serious discussion and the list will not contain surprises anymore.
cousinbasil wrote:One could assume if your settings filter me out, then you cannot actually read my posts. Would you say this is a logical inference?
First, most dictionaries do not label any words as "weasel" words.
Second, a thing does not get to be famous by being widely known.
Diebert van Rhijn wrote:cousinbasil wrote:One could assume if your settings filter me out, then you cannot actually read my posts. Would you say this is a logical inference?
Or perhaps you didn't think of the possibility that I might not be logged in all the time so that the filter is not always there. Apart from that I have still the possibility to click on the cloaked posts if I want to, for example when I try to track the context of a discussion.
Blair wrote:Diebert van Rhijn wrote: Blair is abusive but quite reasonable, while you are nicer, smarter but probably a psychopath.
Hey steady on, there is none smarter than I :).
JizaBelle has sociopathic tendencies, rather than psycho.
I was indicating your clumsy use of syntax, do not be so offended. I am actually doing you a favor. Your thinking is sometimes muddled and using proper syntax would help you express yourself more efficiently and assist you in figuring out what it is you are really trying to say before actually writing it.Diebert wrote:I was talking about the definition of "famous". Another joke over your head I'm afraid.
As I wrote: try a few years of serious discussion,knucklehead!.
I have not read many of Vicdan's posts, so perhaps I can be forgiven for not knowing what "kind of Jew" he is. But I have read Alex and maybe it's not clear to you how he toys with you. I hope he sees fit to return at some point as I do enjoy reading his thoughts.Indeed, I mean everybody knows Alex is a balking Jew while Victor was the crowing Jew. But they both are still operating in a way higher league than you are.
guest_of_logic wrote:Sociopath or psychopath? You guys are so off the mark that it's sick. Really, there's nothing else that can be said.
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