Tyrion's Song Posted December 2, 2006 Share Posted December 2, 2006 I disagree and didn't say that. I'll say this now. It's 99% the case that R+L=J isn't true. But should anyone care what I think? No . My point was only that people who hold strong convictions about R+L=J (or any other theory) are not making the theory any more or less refutable. It just means either they a) are blind to logic or facts advocate theories because of emotional biases c) are reasoned individuals that weigh all details before determining the best conclusion or d) follow none of the above. It is not for me to say which one Tyrion's Song falls under . Artanaro Are you going to kill yourself when the last book is released? I mean when you realize just how seriously fucked up your "logic" is. I have read your and Ser Greguh's debates on these boards and I was utterly shocked. I like to believe that I fall under category c. Considering that I'm currently studying my last year in law school here in Sweden it would be odd if I didn't. In fact sometimes I wish I didn't adhere so strictly to the school of logic and reason, but I guess it comes with my line of studies. My studies have also made me extremely bullshit-resistant btw. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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