vijayjohn wrote:Yasna wrote:vijayjohn wrote:"...I do the exact same thing!"
Name three examples of this.
Because you're totally not about to do the exact same thing again, right?
But anyway, since you did ask, you literally just did that, so there's your first example right there:Yasna wrote:Saim wrote:Yasna wrote:lol ok. I won't make the mistake of engaging you in good faith again.
I don't consider it "good faith" to casually dismiss my lived experiences in a throw-away, bracketed sentence.
You get offended at the drop of a hat, then stick your fingers in your ears to avoid hearing arguments that don't align with your deeply held convictions. Almost sounds like a caricature of today's radical left. Wait...
You got offended at the drop of a hat while claiming to be "engaging...in good faith," then when the person you were talking to said why they don't consider that good faith, you stuck your fingers in your ears to avoid hearing an argument that doesn't align with your deeply held convictions.
Oh, you want two more examples? Oh look, you did it again while I was writing this post!Yasna wrote:Aurinĭa wrote:Furthermore, while there are people who say all gender is a social construct, many more simply say there's more to gender than just male/female, and that your gender isn't automatically determined by your genitals. A lot of these people are also of the opinion that it doesn't matter whether there are differences between e.g. male and female brains—you can't use such generalisations to infer anything about a specific individual, whatever their sex or gender.
Lots of opinions and scant scientific evidence.Yasna wrote:dEhiN wrote:And you do realize that a worldview, regardless of how much "evidence" there is to support it, is still a worldview? Meaning, it's still a subjective experience, and will never be an absolutive objective experience?
Ah, the classic postmodernist response to inconvenient facts.
You got offended at the drop of a hat, then stuck your fingers in your ears to avoid hearing another argument that doesn't align with your deeply held convictions.
As for number three...vijayjohn wrote:Yasna wrote:linguoboy wrote:Yasna wrote:What??? If anything, Spain's firm response will deter other regions from moving towards secession.
Like it did during the Spanish Civil War? Everyone just laid down their arms after Guernica, didn't they?
A ridiculous comparison.
No, they're both part of the Spanish government's continued effort to marginalize regional and linguistic minorities.
To which you said nothing while continuing to argue in favor of "Spain's firm response."
Once again, you got offended at the drop of a hat as soon as linguoboy mentioned Guernica, then stuck your fingers in your ears once I pointed out why that's not "a ridiculous comparison."
You apparently don't have a clue what "getting offended" means. Somebody get this man a dictionary.