posted on Feb, 22 2011 @ 08:45 PM
reply to post by TM62
Thanks for doing a very poor job of characterizing me. Your comments speak of you and you alone.
Gamblers may lose money because they are service to self, not for the greater good.
Quite wrong. Gamblers lose money because they are driven by their intuition which is wrong more often than not. It is not a matter of making good
decisions. A good decision is to not gamble. What the gambler does is toss good decision making out the window and instead relies on their gut
feelings, intuition, wishful thinking, ego, prayers, or whatever.
Just allow others to figure it out for themselves
All I do is help provide some facts. It is up to the individual to figure it out for themselves. I will point out lies, misrepresentations, hoaxes,
frauds, and other rubbish. These are found here in plentiful quantities. Muddying the waters is commonly done by charlatans that reach into people's
obviously you are a man with all the knowledge you will ever need
Not true and well off the mark. I simply have some tools that allow me to see the liars and frauds for what they are. I have the tools to discern the
reasonable from the unreasonable. But best of all I continue to learn for that is the only way to improve.