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  • His last podcast, as of this writing, makes it clear why it's not worth listening to.

    And your false statements about what I said show why your opinion on that is not worth paying attention to.

    He claims that liberals are driven by "wishful thinking" and and "the notion that we can make life on Earth perfect" and "[maybe] we can all have a Star Trek like existence".

    That's false. You admitted you were wrong. [perl.org] Don't you think that you should retract this?

    Yup. That's his view on liberals.

    To anyone who listens t
    • This is getting old and I won't keep retyping this. For anyone who wants to see my rebuttal (again), read this [perl.org].

      • This is getting old and I won't keep retyping this.

        Yes, your lies are getting old.

        You keep saying I 'claim that liberals are driven by "wishful thinking"' and so on. You insist on making this clearly and obviously false claim that you admitted was false.

        You are lying.

        For anyone who wants to see my rebuttal (again), read this.

        And for a rebuttal of your rebuttal: there's not one damned thing wrong with contrasting a viewpoint to my own. I don't know what bizarroworld you live in where this is wrong or "dis
        • Pudge,

          Your insistence that Ovid is lying is malicious and mean-spirited.

          I find it hard to understand that you don't see it as a miscommunication. You said this; he heard that.

          Sure, you might have chosen your words carefully to not exactly say that, but you should realize that as the speaker you have as much, or more, responsibility for what people hear as the listener himself does.

              - ask
          --

          -- ask bjoern hansen [askbjoernhansen.com], !try; do();

          • Your insistence that Ovid is lying is malicious and mean-spirited.

            No, but his lying was.

            I find it hard to understand that you don't see it as a miscommunication. You said this; he heard that.

            He continued to state I said something I neither said, nor meant, despite my repeated insistence that I did not say it or mean it.

            I find it hard to see how you can think that's mere miscommunication.

            Sure, you might have chosen your words carefully to not exactly say that, but you should realize that as the speaker you h