Joined: Jan. 2006
|Quote (Erasmus @ FCD,Sep. 29 2012,06:40)|
|I would suggest that... the common factor among de-tards is that they were suspicious of the tard in the first place.|
I don't think so. In my case, for example, I assumed that the tard was true, because my parents, my pastor, and many people I respected told me it was true.
It wasn't until I started learning science that I realized, to my discomfort and distress, that there was a conflict between science and my religion. And my initial response was not to become suspicious of the tard. I doubled down on the tard and became suspicious of the science!
And the set of natural numbers is also the set that starts at 0 and goes to the largest number. -- Joe G
Please stop putting words into my mouth that don't belong there and thoughts into my mind that don't belong there. -- KF