The Reason Rally, Washington D.C. June 3,4:.

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Re: The Reason Rally, Washington D.C. June 3,4:.

Post by Gord » Tue Jun 07, 2016 12:04 am

Hell, I'll say it if it means we can all shut up about it: "Woo people are gullible, insane, crazy".

Although if you can find a dictionary definition of "woo people" that disagrees with me, I'd happily be willing to retract it. Can we move on?
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Re: The Reason Rally, Washington D.C. June 3,4:.

Post by Tom Palven » Wed Jun 08, 2016 9:07 am

Imho, woo people as a group are mostly silly and misguided.

I'd save the really strong epithets for neoconservatives like William Kristol, including the phrase "just plain evil."
If one can be taught to believe absurdities, one can commit atrocities. --Voltaire