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From: "Phil Allison"
Subject: Re: How to Cheat in Debates
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Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2003 15:22:35 +1100
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"Winfield Hill" wrote in message
> "Phil wrote...
> >> One more I remember all too well: quote a refreence that sounds like
> >> an authority, and whose words dont at all backup what you imply they
> >> do. If you can pick something tough to understand, you can trust that
> >> almost no-one will actually wade though it to find out what horse
> >> youre talking.
> > ** Bill Sloman is a hot shot on that one. Your version seems to be
> > covered by my number 5 on the grounds that without the person you cannot
> > sure what they think - expert witnesses must be *presented* in a
> > not merely quoted.
> I think not.
** You do not think, Win.
> Bill is generally very explict with his references,
> and having checked many of them with the source material, I have
> found them to be accurate, on target, properly quoted and applied.
** Then go check the one re Mosfet Amp Wanted - but since you do not
know audio and neither does he this will be no more than an exercise in the
blind leading the blind.
Whereas by contrast you seem to merely make assertions.
** If you knew audio those "assertions" are common background knowledge.
If asked about them I always answered.
> What we have here is yet one more case of unadulterated insult and
> mudslinging by yourself.
** So you are judge, jury and excutioner once again - so many hats to
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