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Old 2015-10-14, 12:58   #29
R.D. Silverman
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Nov 2003
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Originally Posted by Batalov View Post
This is not a good sentence or an argument.
First you need to make it understandable.

1. "It always works for me to go outside without a jacket when I see sun in the window." Nothing to argue about here. "It always works (for you)." Fine! And no one can say - "wait, what if there is rain later in the day?" You've already answered - "It always works (for you)", whatever it means. Maybe the rain works for you; who are we to judge?..
Except that he did not say that it always works for him. He did say "it always works" PERIOD.

It would be nice if the OP replied to some of the posts....

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