How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

The problem with arguing in the Conservativism community...

Is that I often find myself detoured from my main point by tangetial accusations, as well as having my arguements restated in a straw man version.

I find myself getting terribly confused as to what I have and have not said.

I think I've found people who can out argue me. Seriously, I'm starting to get delirious from trying to sort out the conversations I'm having over there.

In other news, I finished the first draft of the article for NewsForge, and am currently getting Cate to proof it before I do a final draft and send it over. I was actually fairly suprised that I was able to get my points covered (I did a rather large outline for it, and was concerned that I might spill over the size limitations).

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