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cyghost (April 16, 2010, 07:12:37 AM):
I disagree, all opinions are not equal.

Those based on fatcs and reason and logic trumps those extracted ex recto.
Lilli (April 16, 2010, 08:00:44 AM):
I disagree, all opinions are not equal. Those based on fatcs and reason and logic trumps those extracted ex recto.
Haha! But I never said that all opinions are equal. What I was aiming at was that all opinions are equally entitled to be evaluated. Only once it has been factually proven with relative certainty that an opinion was "extracted ex recto" can it be discounted as (what's the word I am looking for...?) silly. :-\
cyghost (April 16, 2010, 08:04:37 AM):
Point taken.
StevoMuso (April 16, 2010, 09:25:40 AM):
... an opinion was "extracted ex recto" can it be discounted as (what's the word I am looking for...?) silly. :-\

LOL. Good one Lilli. And I think this point, in my opinion, is more equal than TeleoL's point (hehe).
Watookal (April 28, 2010, 10:36:11 AM):
I went to Exclusive Books in Kollonade yesterday to look for this book. They didn't have it on the shelves. The idiot I asked for help was wearing a white T-shirt with a big liewe jiesus cross on it. Inside the cross was some psalm, I didn't really read it. He was quite friendly at first, but after looking up the book on their system his face changed and he replied that they don't have it in stock; and he doesn't know when they'll get it. He also said he can't check at other branches because their system is down. He referred me to another bookstore.
I tried a couple of other bookstores as well. Funny how bookstores all have a Christian and a religion section. Is Christianity not a sub-section of Religion? Anyhow, I know I can do the Kalahari or ordering thing, but I enjoy bookstores, so I'll keep on trying.

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