Originally Posted By: keymaker
That is a perfect example of an irrelevant appeal.

It's not irrelevant. DLC argued that the company was likely to change it's name. I made the point that BP's commitment to the small people was second to none precisely because the company's reputation had a bearing on his prediction.

Okay, I've dealt with the first two points, now let's set the next one up for tomorrow... "evasion"? Such as?


Flimsy, weak, circular and still irrelevant. Yawn...

Evasion and failure to answer a direct question. You know the question, I said I would not bring it up again. You can answer or evade as you wish.

Funny how things come to mind sometimes. This quote by Mark Twain just popped into my mind.

"The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and a lightning bug."