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    dots Submission Name: a lesson in logic / one.1dots
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    Author: leocrates
    Elite Ratio:    4.95 - 103/34/38
    Words: 108
    Class/Type: Misc/Misc
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       just the idea of containing contradictions, containing syllogisms that contain contradictions, and a poke at bill about there only being zeros on the screen...


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    dotsa lesson in logic / one.1dots
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    Lesson one…
    A container for a thing is not a thing that is there from nothing and more babbling…..lol….lantern
    Subject… to form a logical truth….
    A thing is a thing
    A dog is a thing
    A dog is a cat
    A cat is a cat
    A dog is a dog
    And
    A thing is a dog….
    The redundancy of the message that a thing is a thing is the same as any
    Vulgar…
    The idea is that you contain with a lid… you have to put the lid on the statement like by not saying it which way is down bill?
    Any hackers?




    Submitted on 2010-02-02 16:03:46     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      I agree, in that one sense that it feels illogical when two people converse if they do not put a lid on the subject they converse about. It helps to leave out the 'what if I really said what was on my mind' regretful part of a conversation.
    | Posted on 2010-02-03 00:00:00 | by Unpipped | [ Reply to This ]


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