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4-21-2008 @ 1:38PM
Please stay on topic, "Pingmeister". We are not discussing the anonymity of the internet. We are discussing whether or not good role playing is associated with being a good person. David does a great job of addressing my point in his comment, and I thank him for that.@ Chris Anthony: I believe the fallacy is appropriate because it requires an assumption on the part of the reader that is never opened for discussion on the part of the arguer, mainly what qualities make for a good person. My point is that in the case of something like role-playing, those connections are not truly related and should be better defined. That comes off a bit better in my last sentence, as you kindly pointed out =). But I really am satisfied with how David readdressed his point in his comments and the article makes more sense to me now.
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