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Thread: Do You Think You Could Respond To This? (Part II)

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    Professor of applied misanthropy Drachen Jager's Avatar
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    Could you be a little more vague?


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    How many shades of vague does your scale have?
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    Is vague classified as a tint or a hue?
    It's a simple fact of life that not everyone will be your target audience.

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    Isn't Vague a fashion magazine?


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    Is Vague the one with you on the cover, or is that Obscure?
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    Were you being polite when you didn't mention Obscene?


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    Isn't Obscene the magazine for Obstetricians who want to be in on the developing scene for their industry?


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    Couldn't obstetricians lose their medical licenses for doing that?
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    Clay is molded to make a vessel, but the utility of the vessel lies in the space where there is nothing. Lao Tzu (c. 601~ 531 B.C.E.)

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    Have you seen what obstetricians have seen, and if so, did you find it obscene?


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    If I were to answer "Yes" and "No" to your two part question, would you accept it?
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    Which part is yes and which part is no?


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    Would his accepting it or not change the truth of your answers?
    It's a simple fact of life that not everyone will be your target audience.

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    How can we be sure that anything in this thread is true?


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    Can we be sure that anything anywhere is true?


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    What is truth?
    Inspiration can be as destructive as any other form of fire.

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    Isn't truth whatever isn't fake?


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    Can't something be fake and true?


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    Can you give us an example?


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    What if I told you this is a lie?


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    Do you expect us to fall for that old philosophical/semantic trick?


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    Are you calling me Fake News?


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    Does anyone else find the anti-semantic comments offensive?
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    What are you, some kind of Grammar Nazi?


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    Is that an alt-insult?
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    Am I being unclear when I alt-write?


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