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    (Original post by samina_ay)
    lol if you break the law there will be consequences. how is it not?
    Correction: If you break the law AND GET CAUGHT there will be consequences that personally affect you. However, if the law enforcements can't find any evidence then you will not face any consequences.

    Also good sir the law doesn't fall under the definition of a fact. It is against the law to be gay or for women to drive in Saudia Arabia. So does that make it wrong to be gay or to drive for a women in Saudia Arabia. If you met a gay Saudian Arabian would you tell them they are wrong for being gay?
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    (Original post by eoe)
    I dont care to explain
    Awww is my thread too intellectual for you? :rolleyes:
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    Of course it can. There are right opinions (i.e. facts) and there are wrong opinions.
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    (Original post by Cold 187um)
    Of course it can. There are right opinions (i.e. facts) and there are wrong opinions.
    Is anything truly a fact, or just a very well supported opinion?
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    I believe that there are, for sure, facts - but not that any human being knows any one of them for sure.
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    (Original post by Eggs20)
    Awww is my thread too intellectual for you? :rolleyes:
    Did you just call this forum indirectly intellectual?
    LOL
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    id say ultimately no. just that some opinions are more reasonable than others or backed up more than others
    e.g. a christian hating gays could say his reasons are because the bible or god or whatever so you can decide if thats reasonable enough (to me. and the majority of people, it isn't reasonable)
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    (Original post by Hasan_Ahmed)
    Is anything truly a fact, or just a very well supported opinion?
    Well if I said if you jump off a high story building there is a very good chance you will die- That is a fact is it not?
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    (Original post by Cold 187um)
    Of course it can. There are right opinions (i.e. facts) and there are wrong opinions.
    Can you provide an example of a right opinion please good sir?
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    (Original post by Hasan_Ahmed)
    Is anything truly a fact, or just a very well supported opinion?
    I meant to say that there are absolute facts (things which can't be labelled as opinions because they're a statement of fact), then there are wrong opinions, then there are also opinions which are acceptable. Yes, there are many things that are truly factual. Then there are some subjective opinions which are widely held, widely supported and widely accepted despite not being an absolute fact, i.e. a grey area exists. Sometimes we might not know the truth or reality about something. And in some cases, it's acceptable to have an opinion about something and that opinion can be considered valid, in these situations it's not possible for an opinion to be wrong because the subject matter deals with subjectivity rather than objectivity.
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    (Original post by eoe)
    Did you just call this forum indirectly intellectual?
    LOL
    If you look up the definition of intellectual you will find this thread falls under that definition.
    I am sure this thread is making you head explode. its ok its not you fault you brain can not undertake rational thinking.
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    (Original post by Eggs20)
    If you look up the definition of intellectual you will find this thread falls under that definition.
    I am sure this thread is making you head explode. its ok its not you fault you brain can not undertake rational thinking.
    :catfight:
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    (Original post by eoe)
    :catfight:
    I would kick you ass in a real fight and you know it.
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    (Original post by Eggs20)
    I would kick you ass in a real fight and you know it.
    :pcguru:
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    (Original post by Eggs20)
    Correction: If you break the law AND GET CAUGHT there will be consequences that personally affect you. However, if the law enforcements can't find any evidence then you will not face any consequences.

    Also good sir the law doesn't fall under the definition of a fact. It is against the law to be gay or for women to drive in Saudia Arabia. So does that make it wrong to be gay or to drive for a women in Saudia Arabia. If you met a gay Saudian Arabian would you tell them they are wrong for being gay?
    I wonder why you even made this thread, it's obvious you know the answer to your own question "sir".
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    (Original post by samina_ay)
    I wonder why you even made this thread, it's obvious you know the answer to your own question "sir".
    ooops did somebody just realize they have been outsmarted?
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    (Original post by Eggs20)
    ooops did somebody just realize they have been outsmarted?
    There's more important things to worry about kid, go to sleep
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    Not right/wrong but you can certainly have a misinformed opinion.
    PRSOM
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    (Original post by Eggs20)
    So what you say is something may be seen as right or wrong by objectively they are not?
    I suppose so, yeah.

    At least, that's what I think.
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    (Original post by samina_ay)
    There's more important things to worry about kid, go to sleep
    Oi mate I just made you look a right fool in this thread. I made you go speechless to the point where you cry 'bahh bahh if you already know the answer why you create the thread' :sad:

    So you have no right to call me a kid good sir.

    I hope you have a horrible nightmare tonight.
 
 
 
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