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    Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    Support.
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    They are all but in name not infractions. A Note is not a Warning, but it is a warning. That's how its been used. Differentiating between a note and an infraction is a pointless endeavor. It...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    They pretty much are though. The only capability that a note doesn't have but an infraction have is to add to the infraction points. Other than that, they serve the same purpose. That too could be...
  4. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    Citation needed.
  5. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    And you have been unable to address any of the statements that pointed out how what you quoted did not support your argument. Indeed, gainsaying is nor a valid argument.
  6. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    It didn't support what you claimed it did, and you're unable to explain how it does.
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    Except, in that example, it was not based on the interpretation of one person. One person issued the warning, yes, but the Tribunal, with three acting judges, decide its ultimate faith. So, no,...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    How did I have no problem with it? What referrals are you referring to? Last of all, I assume you agree with the objections put forward as you are trying to turn it personal. If you are going down...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    Mandatory suspensions do not really treat them in a vacuum. They simply don't treat them as there is no judgment. There is just procedure. You're introducing a judgment. One that you want to happen...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    The issue is not disclosing the entire moderation history of a person but disclosing any moderation history which is not possible. Severity of a case is often based on past behavior of a person. Yet,...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    It is quite necessary to consider repeating behavior of a person that's being tried for suspension due to such behavior. We would only have partial knowledge of individual offenses if the person...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    You'd have no access to past 6 months of moderation history? If you are passing judgment on a user's recent behavior without looking at their recent moderation history that's just bad practice.


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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    Moderation can not provide moderation history of the accused. They can't show us a collection of recently moderated posts of the accused. They can't even show posts of repeated offenses from the...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    Which requires even more of the moderation history of the subject which would not be publicly shown for us to look at.




    And we'd, as Citizens, be able to see it? Then it should be put in the...
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    That would leave out a lot of information that is normally available to the Tribunal judges. We would not be able to judge a case with 100% of the information normally available for a judge.
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    [VOTE FINISHED: FAILED] Re: [Amendment] Section III, Article I

    What will the Consul post exactly? Deleted posts in its entirety?
  17. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    Here:


    This was a blatant lie. You admitted having knowledge to the contrary here:
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    A potential malpractice case from your personal anecdote doesn't justify you apparently deliberately lying about COVID19 treatments. What you're promoting here is propagation of fallacies. Another...
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    The chances you're carrying in a pandemic world is not just the risk you carry for your body, however low that may be, but also the risk you carry for those you're in close contact with. The worst...
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    You should actually see coronavirus and influenza as sister viruses. They're similar but different in some ways. Before the COVID pandemic, 30% of flu cases were caused by coronavirus. The flu...
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    Heathen Hammer, nothing you have shown so far tells us that the pandemic is not driven by the unvaccinated. Your own graph shows that the unvaccinated are twice as likely to get represented in...
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    Where does it show that?
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    Do those points mean that the pandemic is not driven by the unvaccinated? Not really. So, why would I agree with that?
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    The fact that vaccine effectiveness wanes over time, as it does with most vaccines, and that vaccines are less effective against Delta variant were not things that were argued to the contrary by...
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    Re: What Is ISLAM?

    It is based on the Bible. Ezekiel 18 from the Bible tells us of individuality of sin. I already cited that. Wait, wait, are you secretly trying to say that you do not think that Jesus' "sacrifice"...
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    Re: What Is ISLAM?

    I really don't need that. We're not supposed to suspend logic when it comes to the Bible and the Christianity. Original sin and Jesus' supposed sacrifice doesn't work without humans living long after...
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    Re: What Is ISLAM?

    As I said, its a simple logic point. If Jesus sacrificed himself so that people no longer are connected to original sin then that means Adam and Eve's sins must have been transferred throughout...
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    Re: What Is ISLAM?

    You're asking for citation for a basic logic point?
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    Re: President Biden's first year in office

    There is nothing in post #1361 that explains what I pointed out. Would you like to give it an actual try?




    Will you not point us where it is recommended that the vote is decertified in that...
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    Re: Big Tech, Big Media, and Big Lies

    You keep claiming that I lied but haven't been able to show the slightest substance to support it. Please don't lie about what I argue. All you are doing is a smear tactic in the face of failure to...
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    Re: What Is ISLAM?

    Ezekiel 18 says sins of a father doesn't get transferred to the son. Jesus' sacrifice requires sins of a father to be transferred to the son. That have not been addressed even once so far. Islam...
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    Re: What Is ISLAM?

    Lack of an argument is not an argument. Simply saying "I’m not sure what Ezekiel 18 is supposed to prove" in the other thread doesn't really classify as you addressing or having a discussion on...
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    Re: Big Tech, Big Media, and Big Lies

    I see that you're still obfuscating bunch of points to make a case. It's a bit tedious to be honest. Ignoring the articles that are hidden behind a paywall, you're trying to connect Democrats...
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    Re: What Is ISLAM?

    Where did you address Ezekiel 18? You didn't even refer to it...
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    Re: What Is ISLAM?

    It's not necessarily God being wrong but the Bible being wrong. You should not confuse the two.




    The message is the Quran. Nothing more. Nothing less. You are playing with scopes here...
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    Re: What Is ISLAM?

    Oh, its not illogical to do that at all. It makes the best sense. Though do not get confused by it. There are two sides to it. One side is how a god letting itself be crucified is not a sacrifice....
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    Re: What Is ISLAM?

    That's an illogical argument. One can point out the holes within a train of thought without the need to utilize his or her own beliefs. The story of Jesus' crucifixion is invalid from the perspective...
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    Re: Big Tech, Big Media, and Big Lies

    Maybe that's actually zero? Here is what you're doing. You're posting articles while making specific claims. However, those articles do not necessarily support or even relate to the claims you make....
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    Re: What Is ISLAM?

    Quran 4:157-158


    Not sure why that would cause a fixation.




    I'm pretty confident its not because of the similarity between Nestorianism and Islam with respect to Jesus' nature.
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    Re: Big Tech, Big Media, and Big Lies

    You seem to be tweaking everything slightly to make it pass it seems. Makes it rather tedious. You could go back and substantiate your claims but you seem to be continuing to make claims...
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