lubkin at unreasonable.com
Sat Aug 13 14:46:25 UTC 2011
>Then I guess I won't be hiring you. Also for SHOUTING and for misquoting me
>(I said "very different," not "very important," which has a very
John Clark replied:
>OK, so the meanings of the two words are VERY different but not VERY important
Fallacy 1. My posting noted that I'd said the meanings in question were
very different. I said nothing either way about whether the difference in
meanings was very important.
>nevertheless I am a little surprised that despite this large
>difference nobody, including you, is able to come right out and say
>exactly (or even approximately) what that NOT very important difference is.
Fallacy 2. That I (we) do not explain words to you does not mean that
I (we) cannot.
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