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Old 2004-01-12, 23:05   #1
Uncwilly
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Exclamation Strength in number don't make right.

Isn't interesting how often people point to the number of people that feel/believe/think/etc. a certain way as a strength of arguement?

Numbers or loudness of an arguement don't always lead to the right conclusion.

there are numerous examples of where the majority are wrong. So why do people continue to point this out? This includes larger lumps of people (businesses, nations, etc.), the majority ain't always right.
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