Joined: June 2007
If I am wrong, and internetting tards has a tangible social benefit, then I want tax credit. Help Me Obama!
Keiths says (and I summarized but don't think misrepresented!)
Keiths de-tarded a long time ago. Keiths thinks it is good to de-tard. We should encourage others to de-tard.
I have said I de-tarded and I think it is good. I am questioning the basis of the suggestion that we should encourage others to de-tard.
|It does appear that atheism has at least gained energy from the internet, but not so clear that it has especially gained much for science or shown much more than that a lot of them aren't much better than fundamentalists. |
"gained for science" is kinda squishy! i can at least search for science much more easily because of the internet.
leaving aside the question of whether it is "good" for someone to de-tard (possibly as a result of internetting with tards), we only have two examples from the Time Of The Swamp of this happening at all. We would have to conclude that de-tard because of anti-tard internetting is extremely rare, even if under-reported for some reason.
|Not that I care, I'm just godless, not really concerned about others' godlessness|
I agree. I asked, isn't encouraging others to de-tard, if that is my internetting objective, being concerned about others' godlessness?
it might be!
You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK
Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG
the odds of getting some loathsome taint are low-- Gordon E Mullings Manjack Heights Montserrat
I work on molecular systems with pathway charts and such.-Giggles