Where's the love for Binky? :|
I vote Paulbee because although I don't agree with many of the opinions he's posted, he has always come about them in an intelligent manner. Also he isn't overly critical of others opinions, and can seriously consider them without agreeing with them.
And fucking since when does having an open mind make you intelligent? Some of the dumbest people I know have an open mind, and they're so dumb because their mind is as open as it is. Skepticism is more of a sign of intelligence than the ability to be molded by other people's whims.
A true intellectual doesn't label themselves. They let the labels find them. They just think and justify their positions, without using fallacious statements like "It just is".
I must say that paulbee never thinks for himself. Everything he says is almost verbatim from other sources he read.
The people I personally believe this should be a contest between is: (arrogantly) me, Woofcat, and Binky. I have had discussions with them at length in IRC and can tell that they are not pseudo-intellectuals reciting everything verbatim that they have read.
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paul is one of my favorite people on here but............woofcat.............how is he not winning?
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Your post was had the implication of criticizing Paulbee's views on morality as being close-minded by basically saying that he does not accept others morality because they're not Christian.
That's not fair to Paulbee at all.
If that's not what your post meant, then it wasn't quite obvious.
Voted for pualbee. seems like he is the winner.
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