- Sep 16, 2014
- United States
So I hear you can get an online library card to check out books digitally. Kinda the crux of the current argument really. Why rely on somebody else's biased opinion when you can check out the book yourself?Ok, prove me wrong.
Find somewhere reliable that actually describes the content of the books, I don't need to see the content personally but based on the rather nebulous position on it some people are taking on the content and the suddenly turn about of "Well have you read the content?" by people who also haven't in all likelyhood read any of it either and are entirely reliant on sources or others they've heard from on it. Yeh lets just say after the stunts pulled with the two different books sharing the same name and people accidentally or deliberately bringing up the wrong one. I'm going to be far more suspicious of the side of this known for being far ore dishonest or lying in this regard than the side that are better known for being a bit hyperbolic.
Oh and my position was not just clear but nuanced to handle the unknown elements here. But of course that is being ignored.
So yeh kindly prove me wrong or drop the sophistry.
You want me to believe one side over the other? show evidence and support for it
As is so far my position is based on precedent and biases established by prior actions.