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6-18-2011 @ 12:15AM
This is a poorly written article. It is almost trolling.@TylerYou don't clarify anything you say with relevant information about the topic. In something as controversial as this topic has been, gauging how realistic some arguments were with nothing more than hearsay and personal opinion is lazy writing. Honestly, as much as you try to sound authoritative, you don't give each point enough attention to actually be credible.
6-18-2011 @ 12:22AM
Replying to my own post after reading some of the comments. @TylerYou clarify a bunch of your points in the comments. That's good. They should have been better clarified in your main article. If this topic wasn't controversial, it wouldn't matter so much. I especially liked your analysis of single healing in the comments. The radical statement of it in your article isn't so radical with that explanation. I'm hoping the rest of your points have similar reasoning that you don't show in your article.
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