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11-09-2008 @ 7:59PM
Yeah, I see the word 'just', but it's not used in the way you're implying it is. Here, 'just' is used in the way 'merely' would be: as in "a warrior isn't 'merely' a farmer...". This indicates that a farmer who picks up a pitchfork and tries to fight isn't a warrior. Further evidence that this is the intended meaning comes from the context of the whole article. You can't just pick one word and read it in isolation from its intended meaning and context in order to fabricate an argument.
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