At some point, you just realize when it's time to exit the debate - for me, it's usually when I'm ready to start throwing negative words at the person I am debating with. You can have the last word if you want - I'm done.
Just as well because your principle that anything can continue until "something better came along" would be disastrous. It allows for every foul and despicable conduct you care to name and has no place in the Christian faith you claim to follow.
Just as well because your principle that anything can continue until "something better came along" would be disastrous. It allows for every foul and despicable act you care to name and has no place in the Christian faith you claim to follow.
Originally Posted By: w2ed
I saved this one for last because it pertains NOT to the debate of ESCR BUT to debates and discussions in general. Most people like a good argument or discussion, regardless of agreement or disagreement. What they dislike is if you treat them with disrespect and disregard, and they always hate a boring argument.
I started out this argument on the side that ESCR should be legalized, and because of the reasoning behind the decision, I still think George Bush was wrong for making it illegal. However, because of this debate, and the changes I made in how I normally debate, I've learned a few things, both in the way I debate and argue something and what I learned in doing the research in the topic itself, that has put me right along the fence-line with a sway towards keeping it illegal. That doesn't mean I agree with your points, in spite of the fact that I did challenge them: six points to argue something simple is really unnecessary work. However, because of your points, I could spot other arguments and reasons that I would not have found.
This was way back in the debate on page 34 of the debate. Had I not had the crash yesterday, you would have seen just how far on the "against" side of the fence I am, what I did learn of LeVay's research (and the two Swedish studies that make both Levay's discovery valid while backing up Francis Collin's remarks.)
You sit here, pick apart my remarks (before you claim it, look at EVERY one of my quotes from you - you might be missing a small piece here or there, but there's nowhere near the missing stuff you did on me), miss or dismiss anything relevant, and close your mind to any possibility of being anywhere near wrong. (I've been trying, for the most part, to admit error, when I find that I have - something else that was missing from yesterday's crash.) You continue to assume things (hate to tell you this, but I've not converted YET), and while you've been one of the better people I've argued with, you've also been a douche-bag online, picking fights with people. (Yes, I'm sure you'll claim it's Lea's fault for bringing up Homosexuality, or that Steveg or Yoyo52 started it - don't care anymore, been seeing it in a few other postings, and am sick of it.)
I don't really care if you agree or not, I'm done debating with you. (Go ahead, misquote, cut it up, rip on me some more - I've now made my point as thoroughly as I'll probably get without turning it into another debate.)
Oh dear. Breast feeding is natural in the same way that eating is natural. We share that with all the mammals. From the mole rat to the human rat, we all have nipples for that purpose. Of course, the male nipple is entirely unnatural.
As for your assertions not being illogical: the madman never recognizes his own madness.
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