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  • Yes, liberals are self-hating cold people.

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  • No, liberals just ignore cold people.

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  • No, liberals are actually cold, and hate warm people.

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Thread: Do Liberals Hate "Cold" People?

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    Re: Do Liberals Hate "Cold" People?

    Quote Originally Posted by Daktoria View Post
    What do you mean? Are you saying I'm not witty, or that you think I'm a wise guy all the time?
    Oh my goodness, Dak.

    Using logic is formulation.

    Are you familiar with set theory? Literally, logic is drawing categories to show how we organize our perspectives and judgments.
    Yes, but you obviously don't. Set theory is a branch of mathematics. Applying it to a discussion such of this is unwieldy and ridiculous.

    Why are you mocking me?
    Oh my goodness, Dak.

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    Re: Do Liberals Hate "Cold" People?

    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeAndMirrors View Post
    Yes, but you obviously don't. Set theory is a branch of mathematics. Applying it to a discussion such of this is unwieldy and ridiculous.
    It's more than that. Set theory is used in comp sci to evaluate linguistics.

    Oh my goodness, Dak.
    Guess you're having another one of those funny heart attacks again.

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    Re: Do Liberals Hate "Cold" People?

    Quote Originally Posted by Daktoria View Post
    It's more than that. Set theory is used in comp sci to evaluate linguistics.
    Perhaps so, but it's still a ridiculous way to approach more abstract or real world debates, and the fact that you don't understand that explains a lot about the way you debate. It's like using string theory to explain how a light bulb works. Perhaps it's possible, but what a god-awful way to go about it. And it's made worse by the fact that you can't, because you don't understand the concepts well enough to even explain the concepts themselves, let alone apply them to something totally outside their intended purpose.

    Guess you're having another one of those funny heart attacks again.
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    Re: Do Liberals Hate "Cold" People?

    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeAndMirrors View Post
    Perhaps so, but it's still a ridiculous way to approach more abstract or real world debates, and the fact that you don't understand that explains a lot about the way you debate. It's like using string theory to explain how a light bulb works. I'm sure one could, but what a god-awful way to go about it. And it's made worse by the fact that you can't, because you don't understand the concepts well enough to even explain the concepts themselves, let alone apply them to something ridiculous.
    I'm not familiar with a less unbiased approach than considering how people compose categories.

    Anything else depends on humor, and that depends on political correctness. If you come from a politically incorrect background, then society relegates you to a second class debater.

    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeAndMirrors View Post
    Well it's not my fault you can't control yourself!

    Is it?

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    Re: Do Liberals Hate "Cold" People?

    Quote Originally Posted by Daktoria View Post
    I'm not familiar with a less unbiased approach than considering how people compose categories.

    Anything else depends on humor, and that depends on political correctness. If you come from a politically incorrect background, then society relegates you to a second class debater.
    Then what you're saying is you're not familiar with the real world. I'm not surprised.

    Oh, I don't know about that. Some of the very best debaters on the intellectual stage are some of the least politically correct. Stop blaming your own performance on everyone else, Dak.

    Well it's not my fault you can't control yourself!

    Is it?
    You just make it so easy.
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    Re: Do Liberals Hate "Cold" People?

    Wouldn't you agree that "hate" is an unneeded word? If you label all liberals as hating "cold" people, you're going to deserve some ire.

    This is obviously a bait thread, because if it weren't it wouldn't have four options that try to make liberals look bad. Do you know what a qualifier is? Maybe you should start using them.

    That said I'll agree that there are some liberals who are overly emotional and demonize those who don't submit to their emotional beliefs. One needs only look at the Sex and Sexuality forum for good examples.

    There's not much else to say. You created a bait thread that's clearly unfair. It's likely no good discussion will come from it.

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    Re: Do Liberals Hate "Cold" People?

    Quote Originally Posted by Daktoria View Post
    Reasonability in that sense is emotional. It depends on what you believe is an adequate lifestyle which depends on your utility preferences.
    Again, reasonablity and emotion are two different things. An unemotional cop on a call knows what's reasonable and what's illegal. The same goes for the liberal set: it doesnt take an emotional reaction to know what's right and wrong.
    “The people do no want virtue; but they are the dupes of pretended patriots” : Elbridge Gerry of Mass; Constitutional Convention 1787

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