18 Jul 2013, 23:12
Arouet wrote:NinjaPuppy wrote:Yes, JT- That all makes sense to me. Well put.
Wait what? really? Are you going to make me have to actually go through that point by point?
Arouet wrote:You first: what exactly do you think in all of that was well put?
1. Believers are content to believe their experience is true, but skeptics are not(pause)
Skeptics do not believe their own experiences or not content to believe their experiences are true. Skeptics may even doubt the reliability of their own senses. Does that mean they are more comfortable relying on the senses of others?
19 Jul 2013, 01:34
justintime wrote:You suffer from extreme disbelief/insecurity and quite visibly not capable of engaging in an interactive discussion hampered by a diminished capacity for intellectual growth.
19 Jul 2013, 06:24
NinjaPuppy wrote:If personal experience and/or memory for that fact, are not considered to be true or accurate then obviously any skeptic doubts the reliability of their own senses.
19 Jul 2013, 06:25
justintime wrote:I agree, Arouet is a great asset to skeptics. I hope he increases his participation because skeptics can learn from him how to lose and still be gracious in defeat. Most skeptics I encounter have never won an argument but believe the more obnoxious they get the closer they are to claiming that elusive win. That is why we end up with so many skeptics who are both obnoxious and losers.
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