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Old 07.05.2019, 06:43 AM   #5685
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Originally Posted by h8kurdt
 


Blitzed through this book in the space of a couple of days. I can get why James o'Brien could rub people the wrong way. However, I don't think you can fault his logic. It's too easy to let people with opinions that are not opinions but absolute bollocks viewpoints lacking in any logic and letting them off saying "well I guess that's your views" when they're not. It's crap spouted but the newspaper rags and they repeat happily without thinking what's been said.
that sounds interesting and very useful these days

does it offer tools?
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