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A test to show you have a weak mind: Proof.

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posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 12:51 AM
It's an invalid premiss to presume that the emotions a writer would feel when reading or writing an article would be the same as another reader, by this alone, could signal emotional projection upon the reader, which is a generalization and fallacy.

Especially when putting "A test to show you have a weak mind: Proof." as the title of the thread.

Then type some spurious conditional mumbo jumbo proves not really anything. It proves your PREMISS and CONCLUSION are both INVALID. Since you don't frame it correctly OR provide evidence to support any of your claims...asking questions does not answer a question.

Oh well, that's my .02cents

posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 12:55 AM
Reply to post by boncho

sorry if i seemed rude in my post,rudness was not intended. i totally agree with you 100%. Im guilty of doing it a few times my self, and im sure it may happen again because like you said, it depends on my mood or how much time i have.


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posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 12:58 AM
Ya wow you got a good point. Ya I read the whole thing. I don't always either. Best to ask questions and stuff like that than to immediately just pass judgement and give opinions on peoples posts. I seems to do that too often. I mean it's someone else' post, so have some respect for them right. And show some interest in them, not turn the post to be about you. ha ha

posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 01:01 AM
I like this thread because I just count the number of stars in the first post to see how many people have a weak mind. Its easy and convenient.

But its an entertaining first post. I smiled quite a bit about the belief that there are no aliens since its not in the Bible. My mind started going through all the things that are not in the Bible and I was trying to imagine a reality where none of those things existed... and it would make for a very different universe. Its a good plot for a sci-fi movie.

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posted on Sep, 19 2012 @ 03:52 PM
I passed, but only because I've heard of trick tests of this nature in the past, secondhand. I fully admit to having stopped before a post's end in order to comment on what I read. I always go back to read the rest, though... and then I end up editing my comment to accommodate it.

Weak-minded and emotional is a bit strong, I think. "Impatient" is more like it. A short attention span thanks to all of my thread hopping, coupled with an eagerness to add my oh-so-important input before the universe implodes (or whatever).
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