In America, atheists are still in the closet

Apr 11, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Spiked

So do many other interest and identity groups. Complaint is our political lingua franca: it's what Occupiers, Tea Partiers, Wall Street titans, religious and irreligious people share.

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Your refusal to say where you got the quote from,
According to the bet, I could have only gotten it from Wikipedia.

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"Wikipedia is the -only- source where the quote shows up ad verbatim"

I like the way you emphasized ONLY.
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barefoot2626 wrote:
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According to the bet, I could have only gotten it from Wikipedia.
According to the bet, your Facebook link is the Encyclopedia Britannica.
barefoot2626 wrote:
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SupaAFC wrote:
"Wikipedia is the -only- source where the quote shows up ad verbatim"
I like the way you emphasized ONLY.
I like the way you cling to red herrings in an effort to avoid what was actually asked.

"I could have been at the murder scene, officer, but I could also have been in Tokyo".

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According to the bet, your Facebook link is the Encyclopedia Britannica.
It isn't.

No one expects you to keep your word.

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"I could have been at the murder scene, officer, but I could also have been in Tokyo".
Let's keep what you actually said here:

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It isn't.
No one expects you to keep your word.
Of course it is. You think that labelling any statement as "bet" magically makes a bet even if the author of the statement never agreed to one in the first place.

I hereby call your Facebook claim a bet. I proved your bet wrong. I win.

Pay up, manchild.
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Let's keep what you actually said here:
SupaAFC wrote:
"Wikipedia is the -only- source where the quote shows up ad verbatim"
Quote: You stupid moron: the "facebook" source is the Encyclopedic Britannica.

You lost the bet. Pay up.

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Of course it is. You think that labelling any statement as "bet" magically makes a bet even if the author of the statement never agreed to one in the first place.
Let's keep what you actually said here:

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Of course it is. You think that labelling any statement
How do you keep from punching yourself in the face?

Right... you aren't a man...

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On this day in 1957 Sir Anthony Eden resigned as prime minister of Britain due to ill health, after just one year and 279 days in the post. He was succeeded by Harold Macmillan.

Eden resigned on 9 January 1957, after his doctors warned him his life was at stake if he continued in office. Although the media expected Butler would get the nod, a survey of the Cabinet done for the Queen showed Macmillan was the nearly unanimous choice, and he became Prime Minister on 10 January 1957. Shortly afterwards Eden and his wife left England for a holiday in New Zealand.

Eden retained much of his personal popularity in Britain, was created Earl of Avon in 1961, and entered the House of Lords. In retirement Eden was particularly bitter that during the Suez Crisis Eisenhower had initially indicated British and French troops should be allowed to remain around Port Said, only for the US ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. to press for an immediate withdrawal at the UN, thereby rendering the operation a complete failure. Eden felt the Eisenhower administration's unexpected opposition was hypocritical in light of the 1953 Iranian coup d'état and the 1954 Guatemalan coup d'état.

http://www.facebook.com/BritannicaHistorica/p...
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Funny: The source hasn't moved.
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Let's keep what you actually said here:
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"Wikipedia is the -only- source where the quote shows up ad verbatim"
You mean, let's keep looking at a red herring that you are deliberately pretending was a bet.

That means we must look at the bet we made about your Facebook link being the Encyclopedia Britannica. You lost. Pay up, manchild.
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How do you keep from punching yourself in the face?
Right... you aren't a man...
Show me how to be a man by paying up for the bet you lost.
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<quoted text>Funny:The source hasn't moved.
Nor has the original question that you have still never answered.

Why? Because you used Wikipedia like a hypocrite.

You lost the bet, manchild. You wagered that your Facebook link was the Encyclopedia Britannica. I proved you wrong.

Pay up.

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You mean, let's keep looking at a red herring
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barefoot2626 wrote:
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SupaAFC wrote:
"Wikipedia is the -only- source where the quote shows up ad verbatim"
Quote: You stupid moron: the "facebook" source is the Encyclopedic Britannica.

Pay up, hypocritical welsher.
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Dear Mr Cooper,

I am just wondering if the British History page that you are an admin of is affiliated with or part of Encyclopedia Britannica?

Best wishes,

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Matthew Edward Cooper

It is not, ><. Is there any particular reason for your asking this?

Regards,
M. Cooper

Translation: you lost the bet.

Pay up manchild, then perhaps explain to me why Constitutional monarchies are not a "kind of" monarchy even when you say the others are, then explain how democracy is defined, then explain why the Weimar Republic was not a democracy, then, just maybe, say where you got that quote from even though it is evident you got it from Wikipedia and contradicted yourself.

Above all that, remember to pay up for the bet you lost.

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Quote: You stupid moron: the "facebook" source is the Encyclopedic Britannica.
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Wikipedia is the -only- source where the quote shows up ad verbatim

If you are confused as to the source: click on the link.

Any of them.

Welsher.

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Quote: You stupid moron: the "facebook" source is the Encyclopedic Britannica.
SupaAFC wrote:
Wikipedia is the -only- source where the quote shows up ad verbatim.

True of false, SuperFAG?

HInt: I already proved false.
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barefoot2626 wrote:
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SupaAFC wrote:
Wikipedia is the -only- source where the quote shows up ad verbatim
If you are confused as to the source: click on the link.
Any of them.
Welsher.
Quote: You stupid moron: the "facebook" source is the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Speaking of sources, you lost the bet that the Facebook source is the Encyclopedia Britannica. Are you ready to pay up yet? Are you ready to stop playing red herrings and answer what was actually asked? Are you ready to concede that Britain is a typical Western democracy and that your argument has been reduced to nothing?

Look where I have got you: to a red herring-turned strawman. To anyone with a mental age higher than six, that would be embarrassing.
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True of false, SuperFAG?
HInt: I already proved false.
You were asked to name the source you got the Macmillan quote from. You jumped on a red herring to avoid answering the question, claiming it was a bet, then refuse to play by your own book when one of your own statement - the claim that your Facebook link is the Encyclopedia - is demonstrated to be wrong.

True or false? To claim false means pretending that the last two weeks or more of pages do not exist and that dialogue never happened.

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Quote: You stupid moron:
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Speaking of sources, you lost the bet that the Facebook
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To anyone with a mental age higher than six, that would be embarrassing.
SupaAFC wrote:
Wikipedia is the -only- source where the quote shows up ad verbatim

~stomp stomp stomp

SupaAFC wrote:
You most likely do not have the physical copy of the source - Wiki does not even quote it because the author of the article, whether citing it or not, wrote his/her own version of the statement;

Wikipedia is the -only- source where the quote shows up ad verbatim;

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You were asked to name the source you got the Macmillan quote from.
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You most likely do not have the physical copy of the source - Wiki does not even quote it because the author of the article, whether citing it or not, wrote his/her own version of the statement;

Wikipedia is the -only- source where the quote shows up ad verbatim;

COUGH.

What was required of me: show ONE other source. I showed four sources and gave ou the links.

Now why don't you tell us you made a semantic error like the time before this, or when you insisted I never posted any sources

WAHHHHHHHHHHH1

What pusses the entire population of Britain is.

No wonder Scotland and Cornwall are pursuing their own independence.

Bet they don't opt to be a monarchy... like England.

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Wiki does not even quote it because the author of the article, whether citing it or not, wrote his/her own version of the statement
Funny how the EXACT state turns up elsewhere.

Funny how Wiki did and still does CITE it, marking it with the footnote.

Not surprising: SuperFAG will not keep his word.

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