Re: A Tax Story
- From: Kent Wills <compuelf@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 12 May 2012 12:40:16 -0500
On Fri, 11 May 2012 12:49:49 -0500, deadrat <misclegalmod@xxxxxxxxx>
Yeah, yeah. You're the only honest person on usenet.
Thanks, but I'm certain you're wrong.
If I have to mark the sardonic passages I will, Mr. I'm-the-Most-Honest-Poster-
I still doubt your claim.
asYou are the one who mentioned people in public life.
I'll type more slowly so you'll be able to follow. Your personal anecdotes,
attouching and fascinating as they are, aren't evidence for your argument. Or
least, not good evidence. I can't check your stories.
Bill mentioned poor people (though he didn't call them poor) who
complain about how others stole from them. You are the one who made
it about people in public life.
And I gave no examples of the people Bill referenced.
Try honesty, DR.
I'll try again. Bill has a thesis.
Likely he's just making things up.
one way or the other, I'll have to examine the evidence. I can't examine his
anecdotes about fictional people.
Please prove your claim that they are fictional.
With all these alleged whining poor people,
surely there are some who've made the news, surely there enough of them to have
some public political figures who cater to them.
But the people themselves are not public figures.
Got it, yet? Sure you do. You got it the first time around, didn't you, Mr.
I did get it. Now, in your desperation, you're trying to change
It's not working.
Well, at least you accept the unevidenced sadly.
If you have anything that would support a claim that no poor
people bitch and claim the wealthy stole from them, even anecdotal,
Here's the way it works, Sparky. I don't have to provide evidence to refute
your claims. It's you who has to provide the evidence in support of them.
So you want me to refute your apparent claim that no poor do so.
Ah, my *apprarent* claim. Is that what it appears to you, Skippy?
Yes. I wouldn't have written it if it had not.
I guess not since you're Mr. I'm-the-Most-Honest-Poster-on-Usenet. And I guess
that's why you feel you don't have to provide verifiable evidence for your
claims. You being so honest and all.
(That was meant to be sardonic, by the way.)
I do provide evidence of my claims. That you don't like the
conclusions it leads to does not mean it wasn't presented.
merely challenged you to support *your* claim.
You did so AFTER I challenged you.
Well, Skippy, the order of challenge doesn't change the burden. Your claim,
I asked you to prove your claim.
So still no verifiable evidence, eh?
You've yet to offer any, so I must presume there is none.
Well, that's OK. I understand. People
like you live in the world of their own opinion. You treat any challenge to
your world view as a demand for evidence that the sky is blue. It's all just so
self evident. <sarcasm>Poor people whine, and Carter was the worst.<sarcasm/>
Do the tags help?
Yes. However, Carter was the WPE.
I could write about nobel gasses, but there would be no reaction.
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