Look, you have a lot of valid points, I’ll give you that. And don’t get me wrong, this has been a thought-provoking and respectful debate so far. You definitely raise some interesting questions, but let’s be honest: you’re wrong. You’re just so incredibly wrong and also, I’m right. Let me tell you why you’re so wrong about this.


Your premise is just flawed. I mean, yeah, there is some factual evidence backing it up and all that, but I just don’t agree with it anyway. I refuse to accept it. It doesn’t align with my preconceived notions on the topic and I’m just not willing to budge. You’re wrong on this one; I don’t care that you’re using real evidence, you’re still wrong.


And another thing, you have some real logical fallacies in your argument. Okay, to be fair, most of them do actually follow and make pretty good sense. There aren’t actually any real issues in your logic. But that doesn’t take away from the fact that your argument is just bad. Even if it’s logically sound, I still don’t agree with it. I never have and you’re not going to convince me with your shitty, half-baked argument. You’re going to have to try harder than that.


Finally, I just don’t believe you. I’m sorry, but I just don’t trust you and I don’t think you’re right. It’s not personal, or maybe it is, but I just think you’re wrong.

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