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Words of an erudite man

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Aug 4, 2006 at 14:57

Harrak, while most of your comments are difficult to understand, because of your unique, oxymoronic and inaccurate use of the English language, false assumptions and taqiyya, they are rather entertaining. However, some of your comments are just plain ridiculous. Your most ridiculous statement is, "I do not agree with Dr Pipes short-term non-pragmatic realism". The meaning of "pragmatic" is dealing with facts or actual occurrences; practical; active rather than contemplative; pertaining to the study of events and historical phenomena with emphasis on their practical outcome. Essentially you're saying that you don't agree with Dr. Pipes' short term or brief lies, or falsehoods that are real. Where in any of Dr. Pipes' comments did you find, "short-term non-pragmatic realism"? What were you trying to say? Or are these words only intended to give you the appearance of an erudite man?


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