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    Default Here's why the soft civil war will go hot...

    An association fallacy is an informal inductive fallacy of the hasty-generalization or red-herring type and which asserts, by irrelevant association and often by appeal to emotion, that qualities of one thing are inherently qualities of another.

    It hit me in the shower, I mention that on the video. And I am sure that the most surprising part of this entire thing is the fact that I shower! This was a part II, we break em up so ease of watching. Please give it a look, deep down you know we are correct! Won't be long until they find their 'Lee Harvey Oswald', metaphorically. Then it's open season!


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    Yeah, no thanks. I'll never get the ten minutes back, and I may lose IQ points just listening to this crap. If you have something to say on a message board, POST IT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Practical View Post
    An association fallacy is an informal inductive fallacy of the hasty-generalization or red-herring type and which asserts, by irrelevant association and often by appeal to emotion, that qualities of one thing are inherently qualities of another.

    It hit me in the shower, I mention that on the video. And I am sure that the most surprising part of this entire thing is the fact that I shower! This was a part II, we break em up so ease of watching. Please give it a look, deep down you know we are correct! Won't be long until they find their 'Lee Harvey Oswald', metaphorically. Then it's open season!

    Word for word from Wikipedia. So you are dishonest to boot. Yawn.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Association_fallacy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Concart View Post
    Yeah, no thanks. I'll never get the ten minutes back, and I may lose IQ points just listening to this crap. If you have something to say on a message board, POST IT.
    Apologies sir. Might be worth a look tho, quality is pretty good! I will post the transcript next time instead of the video. Not trying to cause a ruckus, just a point of view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Concart View Post
    Word for word from Wikipedia. So you are dishonest to boot. Yawn.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Association_fallacy
    Apologies for that as well. Just easier to copy and paste but I will hand type it next time. Never considered myself dishonest but if that is where the bar is now I will refrain going forward. Thank you for the tip, new to the forum and not sure how things roll here yet. No Wikipedia, duly noted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Practical View Post
    Apologies for that as well. Just easier to copy and paste but I will hand type it next time. Never considered myself dishonest but if that is where the bar is now I will refrain going forward. Thank you for the tip, new to the forum and not sure how things roll here yet. No Wikipedia, duly noted.
    No plagiarism. Really? You have to be new to a forum not to know that you shouldn't plagiarize?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Concart View Post
    Yeah, no thanks. I'll never get the ten minutes back, and I may lose IQ points just listening to this crap. If you have something to say on a message board, POST IT.
    Agree. I never look at videos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Concart View Post
    No plagiarism. Really? You have to be new to a forum not to know that you shouldn't plagiarize?
    How about ad hominem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Practical View Post
    An association fallacy is an informal inductive fallacy of the hasty-generalization or red-herring type and which asserts, by irrelevant association and often by appeal to emotion, that qualities of one thing are inherently qualities of another.

    It hit me in the shower, I mention that on the video. And I am sure that the most surprising part of this entire thing is the fact that I shower! This was a part II, we break em up so ease of watching. Please give it a look, deep down you know we are correct! Won't be long until they find their 'Lee Harvey Oswald', metaphorically. Then it's open season!

    I hope it doesn't go that far, but it sure looks like it will. War is horrible. I do not want it, but it seems liberals may force it upon people anyway.
    If it comes to that, God help us all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Concart View Post
    Yeah, no thanks. I'll never get the ten minutes back, and I may lose IQ points just listening to this crap. If you have something to say on a message board, POST IT.
    Before people like you start a war, think about the consequences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Concart View Post
    Word for word from Wikipedia. So you are dishonest to boot. Yawn.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Association_fallacy
    His use of the association fallacy is correct. It doesn't matter where he got the text from. Bulverism fallacy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Practical View Post
    Apologies sir. Might be worth a look tho, quality is pretty good! I will post the transcript next time instead of the video. Not trying to cause a ruckus, just a point of view.
    You don't need to apologize. Your use of the association fallacy is correct. Presenting the video is perfectly acceptable. It is not possible to satisfy Concart. He is offended by the least of things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Concart View Post
    Yeah, no thanks. I'll never get the ten minutes back, and I may lose IQ points just listening to this crap. If you have something to say on a message board, POST IT.
    Exactly, always found it amusing how someone will find a podcast from an obscure nobody that agrees with their point of view and pass it on as if it is authoritative, my barber has umpteen views on nearly everything, that doesn’t mean I find him informative

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    Quote Originally Posted by Practical View Post
    Apologies sir. Might be worth a look tho, quality is pretty good! I will post the transcript next time instead of the video. Not trying to cause a ruckus, just a point of view.
    No worries. Lots of people like conspiracy theories. They can be entertaining. My advice to everyone worried about a fascist government, a civil war or any destabilization of the US government is to buy a gun and learn how to use it.

    "You never change things by fighting against the existing reality.
    To change something, build a new model that makes the old model obsolete."

    - Buckminster Fuller

    Barry Goldwater speech to Congress 1981...........................................Sock puppets are for cowards and liars
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