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Fanman
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Re: God like attitudes of forum administrators.

Post by Fanman » August 4th, 2013, 6:04 am

Xris, wrote:
Have you ever read Billy Bunter? He is much like you. He can not see that he is admitting to eating the cakes. You are admitting, you constantly accuse me of ad hominem attacks but want me to prove it and you believe you are the superior debater.
No, I have never read Billy Bunter. Why would I read a book about a boy who unwittingly admits to eating cakes? It doesn't sound like the sort of book that would appeal to me. I like to read Voltaire, Aristotle, Arnold etc... I don't wildly 'accuse' you of ad hominem attacks. I merely point out what I perceive to be an ad hominem attack by you. I haven't asked you to prove that you have, what are you talking about? You might aswell be debating with yourself, you are just spinning around in circles. It is plainly evident that I am a superior debater to you. That may sound arrogant of me to say, but I don't care, because it is the truth.
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Re: God like attitudes of forum administrators.

Post by Xris » August 4th, 2013, 6:38 am

Fanman wrote:Xris, wrote:


(Nested quote removed.)


No, I have never read Billy Bunter. Why would I read a book about a boy who unwittingly admits to eating cakes? It doesn't sound like the sort of book that would appeal to me. I like to read Voltaire, Aristotle, Arnold etc... I don't wildly 'accuse' you of ad hominem attacks. I merely point out what I perceive to be an ad hominem attack by you. I haven't asked you to prove that you have, what are you talking about? You might aswell be debating with yourself, you are just spinning around in circles. It is plainly evident that I am a superior debater to you. That may sound arrogant of me to say, but I don't care, because it is the truth.
You should read it.The writer has captured your character perfectly.

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Re: God like attitudes of forum administrators.

Post by Fanman » August 4th, 2013, 7:48 am

Xris,
You should read it.The writer has captured your character perfectly.
Is that right? My apologies, but right now I am too busy reading the nonsense in the Bible.
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Re: God like attitudes of forum administrators.

Post by Scott » August 5th, 2013, 8:57 pm

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