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[–] Scandinavian 4 points 6 points (+10|-4) ago  (edited ago)

Don't take this bait, people. It wants you to provide examples that they can then tear apart and ridicule you with. It's the oldest trick in the book. The information on the user she - its account being 2 months old and all - is readily available for everyone to see already.

Stand your ground.


[–] Kaysic 4 points 3 points (+7|-4) ago 

Y'know, I really love this macro. Also, being demoted to "it" is funny in an ironic way, I suppose.

So, you're saying that you shouldn't be required to provide proof of your accusations because... I'll try to disprove your proofs? That's kinda the point of argumentation. You make an assertion, I ask for evidence of that assertion, you back up your claims with logic and facts.

What's worse, you immediately assume I'm hostile, and will "attack" your proofs. Because I don't immediately take your claims as fact, I must be "the enemy." This is a juvenile, moronic, and downright dangerous mindset to hold - you're no better than the SJWs.


[–] Scandinavian 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I'm not accusing anybody of anything. I'm opposing that she gets full total control of everything in Ask Voat because of their position on free speech as evidenced by its comment history in its entirety.

Accusations are - for example - saying: "/u/Kaysic is part of the group that coordinates disruption of Voat from Reddit's SRS". That's a completely random example of an accusation. But that's not what I made.

I'm merely opposed to an action. I am certainly entitled to oppose the take-over of AskVoat from the community to a single low-level mod with a shady history. You and /u/sockpuppet1, /u/sockpuppet2 and /u/sockpuppet3 (random examples!) can take another position, that's fine. But I'm not accusing anyone of anything and I have no burden of proof to bear.


[–] GenevieveJenkins 5 points 0 points (+5|-5) ago 

Agreed. He thinks that if he refuses to argue, that means he's right. In reality, it just means that he knows he's wrong.


[–] 1293993? 2 points 2 points (+4|-2) ago 

Its no use dude. Using logic isnt going to help. It's obvious what's going on.