I have been informed that this post has been flagged and hidden by the moderators. Since it contains no explicit words or images, I can only assume it was flagged because I posted it in the wrong category, one which prohibits “politics”. So, I am re-posting it here in a category bearing no such prohibition. I can think of no event more current than politics.
Pretty funny but arguments are not for winning. Debates are. Arguments are for learning.
“No they’re not!”
Not with a narcissist .
Are you saying I shouldn’t “argue” with you?
Not if we have something interesting, important or funny to argue about.
Guys… you both had won aruments even before I posted mine.
I still cannot choose the word that describes you…
Forgive me, @Robert1246. My first response to you was a deep dive for a ‘Monty Python’ reference. I had hopes somebody would pick up on it and respond in kind. sigh Not today, I guess.
@David38 Better luck next time.
I forgive you. It did seem a little funny. I just came up with the best response I could.
LOL! When I read your “argument” that’s the first thing I thought of! Then I thought, I’m probably the only one who would have read that to myself with an English accent.
This flaming guy is just me hugging BRUCE 26 with burning Love for sure
What’s the saying… “I never lose. I either win or I learn.”? I always thought a liberal leaning individual had their hate on for learning the first thing. Even if it would serve them.
Hello and welcome @ZeroChaos80
I got it Dave , I just got up “I’m here for an argument " no you’re not”
Cute. Now, do you actually know what each word actually defines? Go ahead, impress me! Hehehehehehe
The very sad part is: there is way too much truth to the post!
In logic and philosophy, an argument is a series of statements (in a natural language), called the premises or premisses (both spellings are acceptable), intended to determine the degree of truth of another statement, the conclusion.
Conclusion: A is true (false).
- a formal discussion on a particular topic in a public meeting or legislative assembly, in which opposing arguments are put forward:
You say tom a to, I say tom ah to. Debate is a vehicle for argument…and so it goes…
So what else can we argue about? Not that I have the time right now.