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originally posted by: Bone75
originally posted by: works4dhs
so I'm guessing I can say 'The New York Times is run by libtards', but I can't say 'Beezzer is a libtard'.
Actually no you can't. I referred to a sourced article as libtard garbage the other day and had my post removed and received 3 warnings. Then the person who complained about my usage of the term turned around and directly called me an asshole but their post was allowed to stand. lol
originally posted by: Greathouse
a reply to: intrepid
I just want to check something before I use it .
Everybody finds their selves occasionally in a debate with someone who is both relentless and factually incorrect . When I tire of the debate I'd like to respond humorously with the word "Potato" to announce my end in the discussion.
I am curious as to whether that will be frowned upon ? It's simply gives me a out I am satisfied with. And since using it has ended my stance on some of my endless debates. ( that I also realize are frowned upon )
originally posted by: grainofsand
a reply to: DrogoTheNorman
I see you have participated in 9 different forums since you joined, has it really been such a bad experience after only 16 posts?
I hope your experience improves