The Erotic Apologist wrote:
ludwigm makes a good point.
How does being colorblind inhibit him from thoughtful and coherent research involving the articles he posts? What point do you think he is making?
- same sex marriage and polygamy are someway cognates
(in both case people mix state laws with religion, so the standpoints can near very slowly)
- that is why I dared cite that article
- is that article factually incorrect? Who cares? We can read it and can shape an opinion about. I found it interesting, You found it incorrect.
- do I know anything about Islamic jurisprudence? Should I? I can read...
- why did I wade into a discussion? Kind words. Need I Your permission?
- I don't know, what colourblinds see and what not - because I am not colourblind. Fortunately, with the help of that few bleak circle, I can test the colourblindness. Colourblind people, see
- I don't know, what different people think. After reading their opinion about written texts, I can determine if their thoughts are similar or different, compared to my one.
That is all help I can offer to You.
Brits made one step from
the direction of religion.
Libyans make one step towards
An American reporter cited the words of a Libyan leader.
I cited his article with a cynical oneliner.
You called my comment silly and gibberish, and wrote: "You posted an article about a subject you knew nothing about, why not simply learn before posting?"
Did You checked the pictures?