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blue_onyx Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Feb-19-09 04:53 PM
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150. You are a good judge of a coherent argument?
You opening admit that you ignore other information and opinions that may conflict with your beliefs. People who blindly stick to their opinions and ignore anything contrary to their opinion aren't good judges of other peoples arguments.

"And I don't like their labor practices."

Like the labor practice of the foreign auto companies who won't let their plants unionize so that workers make a decent wage?

"The cheapo, uncomfortable interior looks like it's designed for fat people who smoke."

You must be talking about the Honda Accord, right? My cousin had an Accord and its interior was so drab and uncomfortable. I was in it for a 5 hour trip and was so happy to be out of it. It had the stiffest seats ever. And the fat people comment...nice. You seem like such nonjudgmental, pleasant person :eyes:

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