Joined: June 2007
|Quote (keiths @ Sep. 29 2012,21:35)|
|Quote (Soapy Sam @ Sep. 29 2012,15:07)|
|Interesting - did you take your convictions online? (I'm not looking for links!).|
No, I detarded long before I got my first Internet connection. It's a shame. I think the Internet would have sped up the process significantly.
|BTW My vote, should anyone care, for pending de-tard is Sal Cordova.|
Yeah, I can imagine that happening. He'll still be a douche, though.
My vote is for vjtorley. He's smart enough to know, at some level, how lame the pro-tard arguments are. On the other hand, he also uses his intelligence to fool himself via rationalizations. The resulting high levels of cognitive dissonance are building up in him like the stress on a thrust fault. When the fault finally gives, he'll be one of those rare birds who detard overnight.
agreed that this model is more or less accurate
if the phenomenon is more prevalent than i have assumed then the question is "why don't we hear about de-tard"
presumably all of us would (and have) admitted this. but it may be that time lapse is greater. i am not sure. but i wonder if someone de-tards and can't admit it, have they really de-tarded.
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