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Subject:  Re: New Yorker Magazine Cover Next Week Date:  10/7/2012  10:34 PM
Author:  tamhas Number:  64106 of 115356

So much for seeking the truth!!

Truth is a thing that one ferrets out over time by a balanced consideration of sources of information and the likely veracity and reliability of those sources of information. It is not something that one instantly obtains by citing a source with known and conspicuous bias or, even, by simply seizing on the stories one likes.

Your pattern is not seeking for truth. You advertise any headline that you think advances your position. You avoid responding to any critique. You treat everyone else's sources of information as slanted and unreliable without, apparently, even bothering to read them while offering us opinion pieces, so labelled, as if they were scholarly presentations of fact.

This is either self-delusion or deception.
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