• Outlander
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    Fun fact: Socrates was imprisoned for his own safety. Just about everybody who knew him either wanted to kill him or make him "go away". And eventually succeeded, mind you. You don't happen to have access to any wild hemlock, do you? :smile:

    "Never assume malice for what can be adequately explained by simple ignorance and misunderstanding (or earnest and genuine albeit unrefined or naive curiosity)." :cheer:

    Were it not for those who follow this sacred principle, I likely may have not lasted the years myself. :grin:
  • Fooloso4
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    Of all the people I've engaged with over the years in this forum you're one of the few that remind me of a troll.Sam26

    If you do not wish to discuss and defend your opinions, which is standard philosophic practice, then just don't respond. The insult is uncalled for. I suspect it has more to do with the fact that I challenge you and point out your mistakes rather than the way I engage, although you might see them as one and the same. There are many here who do not share your opinion. Quite the opposite. The fact of the matter is that your views have changed considerably over the years. I doubt that would have happened without criticism.

    In any case, given your problem with the way I engage with you I no longer will.
  • Sam26
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    I don't have much more to say, so I'll end this here.

    Happy Hunting.
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