On Tue, 10 Oct 2006 22:31:21 -0600, Bryan Derksen
> Of course. It's just a bizarre coincidence
that every time an article
> on something from teh internets is deleted as unverifiable, it's
> always our policies which are wrong, and never the users arguing for
> the retention of stuff which is discussed exclusively by other people
> like them.
But you just used the exact same fallacy again. What
does it matter what
the motive is (which, BTW, you're still only making guesses at) when the
argument itself is still sound?
I don't regard the argument as sound. Anything which is verifiable
*only* from sources with absolutely no bar to publication is not, in
my view, formally verifiable at all.