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#151 - zlawliet (09/05/2011) [-]
Well it COULD strengthen your point in a sense. If it were a common event, which I believe it to be, we'd expect it, it wouldn't be very unique, and therefore not require such attention
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#391 - maggynuss (09/05/2011) [-]
Yes, although my conditional statement was not: This happens all the time, it's not so unusual it shouldn't get thumbs, it was: this stuff reaks of bullshit. Which is basically stating, in some sense: This event never occurs in reality. Although, if one were to prove that it does occur in reality one time or another that would be one counter example to my conditional statement, of which only one is needed to fully disclose a conditional statement. Sorry I had to sound like a lawyer there, it basically means: Good point, but would it would only work if I had said something different.