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The nature of an answer is such

December 16 2010 at 2:09 AM

JVH say  (Login JVH)


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garland.gif.... that it actually addresses -the intrinsic value of- what the question entails. When an alleged answer does no such thing, it's a response and does not qualify as an answer.

 

When something happens once, it might be an occurence.

When that something happens twice, it might be a coincidence.

When that something happen thrice, it's neither a mere occurence nor a coincidence, it's structural/intentional.

Ergo, you structurally/intentionally do not actually answer a question asked, which, of course, paints you a certain colour, of your own making, since your reponses imply you either cannot, will not or dare not answer the question asked.

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