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    What he did choose to say, however, was patently ridiculous.

    Kos posts about this conflict one time, just to say he's not going to post about it. And even though it's a relatively bland and meaningless statement, you attack it. Which is exactly why Kos isn't writing about this.

    Oh God, I haven't read your book; I'm sure it was divine
    Especially the part where you turned water into wine

    by nasarius on Tue Aug 01, 2006 at 06:00:23 PM PDT

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    •  It wasn't a 'bland and meaningless' statement. (1+ / 0-)
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      That's like saying the following statement is "bland and meaningless": "there's no use talking about the US invasion of Iraq, because humans have always fought each other and always will, and until they want peace, nothing you or I could say matters."  That statement is patently ridiculous, and precisely analogous to Kos's statement about the Israel/Lebanon conflict.

      By your logic, anytime Kos posts something that a significant number of people take issue with, then he shouldn't discuss it.  Bizarre line of reasoning.

      "When the intellectual history of this era is finally written, it will scarcely be believable." -- Noam Chomsky

      by scorponic on Tue Aug 01, 2006 at 06:21:54 PM PDT

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