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From: frozen wasteland
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Message 185 of 199 (424049)
09-25-2007 10:35 AM
Reply to: Message 184 by crashfrog
09-25-2007 10:06 AM

Re: The Nature of an Admin
crashfrog writes:

I think it's bad logic, at least, to imply that one bad argument or one mistake - or even one act of dishonesty - makes someone a fool or a liar.

In the present context, the person was called a fool because of a lifetime of (perceived) foolishness - not "one act". There may be a technical fallacy in there somewhere, but I don't think it's "bad logic" to make a comment about consistent behaviour.

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