The Argument From Inevitability

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JohnHopkins
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30 Nov 2008, 9:43 am

Again, I disagree. And again, that wasn't my main point anyway.



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30 Nov 2008, 9:45 am

We agree to disaggree. I like debating with you. We don't agree much, JH but different options are what its all about.



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30 Nov 2008, 12:02 pm

I don't get any false hope from these people saying these things to me, but only because it's damned impossible to convince me of something my own logic and reason, not to mention experience, says otherwise about.

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30 Nov 2008, 12:26 pm

KenM wrote:
OK, what if you were feeling down and your mom or dad said "lets go to the mal, I'll buy you something." Then when you get there they said 'Well I'm not going to get you anything. I just said what I said to make you feel better and be NICE to you."

Thats not being an as*hole, is it?

So a lie is a lie is a lie? No. Telling someone disingenuously that you like their hairstyle is nothing like telling someone they'll find out the truth about and be hurt by.