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You're always right, aren't you?

Instead of attacking your mentor's reasoning by looking at his argument in its worst possible light (i.e. poking holes in it), why not instead try to understand that portion of what he is trying to communicate, that might possibly have some validity.

You (and many others posting here) aren't really trying to learn anything new.

The next door neighbors were at fault when they trimmed the cactus, too.


It must be nice to always be right.
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