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ch33zw1z

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Told ya voting for and defending trumps antics was gonna be like this.

A Trump voter asking for proof is just disingenuous posturing now. Trumps voters don't care about that stuff, oh well.

Many people are saying pcgeek assaults goats daily, must be true.
 

Meghan54

Lifer
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Told ya voting for and defending trumps antics was gonna be like this.

A Trump voter asking for proof is just disingenuous posturing now. Trumps voters don't care about that stuff, oh well.

Many people are saying pcgeek assaults goats daily, must be true.
Well, hell, lots of people have been saying pcgeek is an unsatisfying bottom. Now goats are complaining too?
 
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ch33zw1z

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A straw man is when you make a fuckload of non-sequiturs and add them up to a big ol nothing.
Sorta, a straw man can include a non sequitur, but a straw man is a misrepresentation of an argument to discredit, distort, influence perspective.

For instance, people who support Roe vs Wade are pro-choice. But anti-choice people call them pro-abortion while calling themselves pro-life.

This strawman (misrepresentation of stance) is meant to distort perception to influence opinion.

Here's a pretty good link about fallacy arguments, what they are, how's they're used.


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