Adventures in Facebook arguments.

Téa vs TRAs, Day 1523. It gets old but I am always hopeful at the start. lol
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Being a closed-minded bigot sure requires a lot more work, but I am sure that Susan’s statements are authoritative. Because Susan is open-minded and does a lot more work than me, the bigoted one.

It is funny, because these conversations always end up exactly the same way.

You think you might have found someone reasonable that you can convince. Then, the crazy starts.

But I do this for people on the fence – either that could be convinced, or who are watching and might need to see how utterly baseless this ideology is.

Once more for those at the back:

Yes. We will see. We will indeed.

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