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#91 Raze

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Posted 28 August 2013 - 18:33

facepalm. I will ignore your blatant insults and not report you. Give and take. Both sides do something to reach an agreement. Its simple. The problem is the topic. The only possible thing someone with an animal can give is not bring the animal. The entire thought behind that is a single particle from that dog can set off the allergy. There is no other possibility. Because of that same logic, the anyone who owns an animal should never be allowed in public so that someone with allergies isn't a little bit uncomfortable. That is the only possibility in your give and take comment. Constantly cleaning the dog wont stop anything in term of allergies if someone is allergic. It's unrealistic and very clearly stupid. Stop saying it is somehow a possibility because it simply isn't If you have allergies and you choose to go in public, nothing anyone else can possibly do will stop you from coming in contract with something that can set off your allergies. It is a fact of life. Come back to reality and then reply to this. Until then I won't even comment on your absurd suggestion.

 

1. I did not insult you.

2. I gave 2 examples of the give and take, you have ignored them.

3. I said nothing about a single particle setting off anyone's allergy.  An extreme exaggeration on your part.

4. I never said or suggested or implied in any of my remarks that anyone that owns an animal should never be allowed in public, another extreme statement based on absolute nothing I have said. Or any kind of "logic".

5. I again said nothing about "constantly cleaning the dog.  Maintaining the health of your service animal can minimize potential allergens and is good for the animal.

6. Claiming something is stupid and absurd and telling someone to come back to reality (whose, yours?) before posting is insulting. I won't report you for that




#92 francescob

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Posted 28 August 2013 - 18:34

BEEEEEEEEEEETHOVEEEEEEEEEEEEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



#93 Raze

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Posted 28 August 2013 - 18:35

facepalm. I will ignore your blatant insults and not report you. Give and take. Both sides do something to reach an agreement. Its simple. The problem is the topic. The only possible thing someone with an animal can give is not bring the animal. The entire thought behind that is a single particle from that dog can set off the allergy. There is no other possibility. Because of that same logic, the anyone who owns an animal should never be allowed in public so that someone with allergies isn't a little bit uncomfortable. That is the only possibility in your give and take comment. Constantly cleaning the dog wont stop anything in term of allergies if someone is allergic. It's unrealistic and very clearly stupid. Stop saying it is somehow a possibility because it simply isn't If you have allergies and you choose to go in public, nothing anyone else can possibly do will stop you from coming in contract with something that can set off your allergies. It is a fact of life. Come back to reality and then reply to this. Until then I won't even comment on your absurd suggestion.

 

1. I did not insult you.

2. I gave 2 examples of the give and take, you have ignored them.

3. I said nothing about a single particle setting off anyone's allergy.  An extreme exaggeration on your part.

4. I never said or suggested or implied in any of my remarks that anyone that owns an animal should never be allowed in public, another extreme statement based on absolute nothing I have said. Or any kind of "logic".

5. I again said nothing about "constantly cleaning the dog.  Maintaining the health of your service animal can minimize potential allergens and is good for the animal.

6. Claiming something is stupid and absurd and telling someone to come back to reality (whose, yours?) before posting is insulting. I won't report you for that

 

 

Not sure what happened with the quoting and/or double post... :s



#94 ILikeTobacco

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Posted 28 August 2013 - 18:41

1. Claiming I don't know what logic is and that I don't know what give and take is is an insult.

2. You gave no examples of give and take. You gave two definitions. I gave the only example and only possibility which is the animal owners aren't allowed to take the animals in public.

3. Your entire argument is about not setting off the allergies so yes you did. A single particle is all it takes.

4. You said give and take which implies the only possibility which is animal owners can't take them in public.

5. Constantly cleaning the dog is the only way to minimize particles that set off allergies, but since it can't fully eliminate them, its pointless in the terms of this discussion, which only leaves the possibility of not taking the dog in public.

6. The reality I am talking about is the one that we live in. A single particle sets off allergies. Anyone that can't be around it every can't go outside ever since you are constantly bombarded with the particles. If you think it is insulting that I ask you to talk in terms of reality instead of some make believe land where magic keeps everyone happy, that's on you. It isn't unreasonable or insulting to expect people to keep a debate about a real world problem in the real world.

 

At this point, you have given no examples of anything, you have insulted me because you refuse to talk in terms of the real world, and at this point, I am pretty sure you are just trolling because people don't agree with your notions that aren't based in reality. So yea, reported.



#95 Raze

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Posted 28 August 2013 - 18:46

1. Claiming I don't know what logic is and that I don't know what give and take is is an insult.

2. You gave no examples of give and take. You gave two definitions. I gave the only example and only possibility which is the animal owners aren't allowed to take the animals in public.

3. Your entire argument is about not setting off the allergies so yes you did. A single particle is all it takes.

4. You said give and take which implies the only possibility which is animal owners can't take them in public.

5. Constantly cleaning the dog is the only way to minimize particles that set off allergies, but since it can't fully eliminate them, its pointless in the terms of this discussion, which only leaves the possibility of not taking the dog in public.

6. The reality I am talking about is the one that we live in. A single particle sets off allergies. Anyone that can't be around it every can't go outside ever since you are constantly bombarded with the particles. If you think it is insulting that I ask you to talk in terms of reality instead of some make believe land where magic keeps everyone happy, that's on you. It isn't unreasonable or insulting to expect people to keep a debate about a real world problem in the real world.

 

At this point, you have given no examples of anything, you have insulted me because you refuse to talk in terms of the real world, and at this point, I am pretty sure you are just trolling because people don't agree with your notions that aren't based in reality. So yea, reported.

 

This discussion is finished, you have taken my statements out of context, twisted them, ignored others completely and now say I am trolling. Done.



#96 Richard C.

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Posted 28 August 2013 - 18:59

I think it's time this thread is closed.