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Re: noun-person, place or thing

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The definitions in dictionaries are explanations of the majority's usage of a word. Definitions of words are like what is "normal." Normal is what the majority of people are. You may think that someone from China is abnormal, but he isn't because the majority of Chinese people are like him. If you can get the majority of english-speaking people to agree with you that infinity is not a number, then you win. Until then,

Taz - Guy Smilie: 2 - 0

Posted on May 22, 2002, 3:44 PM

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Taz - Guy Smilie: 1 - 1 Who here agrees with Me? on May 22
 Re: Taz - Guy Smilie: 1 - 1 Who here agrees with Me? on May 23
  *may change in the future, but it isnt a number now. so I win. 1: 1 on May 23
   *It may change in the future, but it IS a number now. on May 24
    *lets take a survey Who thinks infinity is a number say 'I' else say 'nay' on May 24
     * I on May 24
     * should be isnt a number say 'I' else say nay on May 24
     Guy, it wouldn't matter what any survey said... on May 24
      The horse isn't dead yet... on May 24
       Point taken, but not in the context I imagined on May 24
        what a fun arguement it has been... on May 24
         SCORE on May 25
          *ok. Its a tie. We both win. on May 25
           *         :-)     on May 25
        Re: Point taken, but not in the context I imagined on May 25
         *i asked him to delete it. It seemed to cause trouble. on May 25
  *the comparison wasnt really about the hamburger. It was the idea behind it. on May 23
   *But words are actually created by the majority, so the idea behind it is wrong. on May 24
    * longest thread ever? on Feb 1
you're very sadcynic on May 23
 You're very depressing. on May 24
  you're rightcynic on May 26
   *Don't be dumb. on May 26
    Re: *Don't be dumb.cynic on May 30
     *Don't say dumb things. on May 30

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