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"Coincidence never happens a third time."
-Osamu Tezuka
Creator of Astro Boy, Kimba the White Lion

'Kimba was created in 1950, and animated in 1965. Simba: King of Beasts came out in 1940.'

Last edited by Shaunodon - on 29 May 2020

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Shaunodon said:

"Coincidence never happens a third time."
-Osamu Tezuka
Creator of Astro Boy, Kima the White Lion

'Kimba was created in 1950, and animated in 1965. Simba: King of Beasts came out in 1940.'

Bolded: Please do not take that quote as wisdom as it is a rather stupid saying.

Coincidences happen all the time,constantly.



Immersiveunreality said:
Shaunodon said:

"Coincidence never happens a third time."
-Osamu Tezuka
Creator of Astro Boy, Kima the White Lion

'Kimba was created in 1950, and animated in 1965. Simba: King of Beasts came out in 1940.'

Bolded: Please do not take that quote as wisdom as it is a rather stupid saying.

Coincidences happen all the time,constantly.

It's the first line from the video in op. I wasn't using it seriously, quite the opposite.



Immersiveunreality said:
JWeinCom said:

All discussions don't have to end with one party changing the other's mind, but they should start with both people being open to that possibility.

Yeah indeed, or just disagreeing and be alright with it.

If you dramatize others to the extreme of being villainous for just having a different opinion than you have then it might be more fruitfull to look into yourselves for why you  think so drastically about your opponents/those you're disagreeing with.

Errrr... I'm not sure if you're implying I did, but I don't think I dramatized anyone to the point of being villainous. 

Agreeing to disagree is fine, but I personally don't think that should be the response the moment your view is challenged.  That should come after you've honestly considered and responded to the other position.



JWeinCom said:
Immersiveunreality said:

Yeah indeed, or just disagreeing and be alright with it.

If you dramatize others to the extreme of being villainous for just having a different opinion than you have then it might be more fruitfull to look into yourselves for why you  think so drastically about your opponents/those you're disagreeing with.

Errrr... I'm not sure if you're implying I did, but I don't think I dramatized anyone to the point of being villainous

Agreeing to disagree is fine, but I personally don't think that should be the response the moment your view is challenged.  That should come after you've honestly considered and responded to the other position.

Bolded: If someone does dramatize others to the extreme of being villainous for just having a different opinion than that same person might have a more fruitfull venture looking into him/herself for why they think that certain way.(i'm sorry if it came across personal but it was not meant that way)

Agreeing to disagree is fine imo when there is no chance you will convince your opponent to consider your views,it might be best to move one to friendlier grounds and it might be more worth it to come back to earlier arguments when there has been some connections made with that opponent.

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Shaunodon said:

Didn't really know about YMS before, but have to say I quite like this guy.

He deserves more internet fame for shooting down such a pernicious accusation.



coolbeans said:
Shaunodon said:

Didn't really know about YMS before, but have to say I quite like this guy.

He deserves more internet fame for shooting down such a pernicious accusation.

Ironically, his work show far more research than that of the professor from a law school with a top ranked IP law program...



JWeinCom said:
coolbeans said:

He deserves more internet fame for shooting down such a pernicious accusation.

Ironically, his work show far more research than that of the professor from a law school with a top ranked IP law program...

Seriously.  The moment he predicted her upcoming comparisons you could tell she relied on hearsay.



coolbeans said:
JWeinCom said:

Ironically, his work show far more research than that of the professor from a law school with a top ranked IP law program...

Seriously.  The moment he predicted her upcoming comparisons you could tell she relied on hearsay.

I'd be willing to bet that some student did the research and she didn't bother to look it up. By the time it actually picked up steam, it was too late for her to backtrack as it was published.  I'm actually working on stuff that may become part of a law school casebook right now.  Hopefully, my Professor does a better job of checking my research XD.