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From: Denny Crane <DennyCrane@CranePoole&Schmidt.com>
Subject: Re: Assistance!
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On Sat, 10 Nov 2012 10:21:45 -0600, Jenn opined the following:
> On 11/10/2012 9:35 AM, SeaNymph wrote:
>> On 11/10/2012 9:15 AM, Eagle wrote:
>>> It happens that Dustin formulated :
>>>> Eagle <deagl...@gmail.com> wrote in
>>>>>> I know that. This discussion is the same as the others. Jenn takes
>>>>>> a side with no hope of proving and sticks to it. Pissing everyone
>>>>>> else off.... ho hum, ad nausem. I say we abort now and move onto
>>>>>> the next topic until it reaches the point where Jenn can no longer
>>>>>> keep up again.
>>>>>> She's like a child.
>>>>> And you aren't, Dustin?
>>>>> Who are you to tell someone what and how to think? Someone has a
>>>>> different pov than you so they are full of shit?
>>>>> Grow up dude...
>>>> If you disagree with anything I wrote above, I'm open for discussion
>>>> concerning it. I didn't tell anyone what or how to think. A different
>>>> POV is fine, so long as you have something besides your opinion to
>>>> bring for discussion.
>>> That works for me, but you were being condescending to Jenn, and that
>>> is below your capability, Dustin.
>> And yet Jenn continues to condescend to anyone who doesn't agree with
>> her with that "I said it so it's fact" nonsense. Sort of sounds like
>> she thinks everyone who isn't her is too stupid to realize she knows
>> everything. Just saying..............
> I've stated absolute facts that can't be countered with any argument.
> Fact: choice exists Fact: We choose what we do.
I like to be precise on things. Choice does and does not exist as to the
issues of gays. They do not have choice as to their sexual preference but
they do have choice as to how they live with their preference. They can
choose to be celibate or choose to live like non-gays do with their sexual
preference. However I do not necessarily believe it is a reasonable
expectation that people should choose celibacy.
We do consciously choose what we do in most instances but not all. Some
decisions are not conscious decisions. We are not even aware of why we
made the choice.
I believe SeaNymph had posted some links to some studies regarding this in
a previous thread where this topic was discussed. Do you have any
references regarding your stance on choice?
~~ Denny Crane!