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    A discussion is an exchange of knowledge, an argument is an exchange of ignorance.





    Also anyone want a coonhound puppy?

    SMARTY SMARTY HAD A PARTY NOBODY CAME BUT SMARTY

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    And if we were discussing ignorance? Your theory is getting the carpet wet

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    Oh, you are so wrong....

    Main Entry: ar·gu·ment
    Pronunciation: 'är-gy&-m&nt
    Function: noun
    Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin argumentum, from arguere
    Date: 14th century
    1 obsolete : an outward sign : INDICATION
    2 a : a reason given in proof or rebuttal b : discourse intended to persuade
    3 a : the act or process of arguing : ARGUMENTATION b : a coherent series of statements leading from a premise to a conclusion c : QUARREL, DISAGREEMENT
    4 : an abstract or summary especially of a literary work <a later editor added an argument to the poem>
    5 : the subject matter especially of a literary work
    6 a : one of the independent variables upon whose value that of a function depends b : a substantive (as the direct object of a transitive verb) that is required by a predicate in grammar c : the angle assigned to a complex number when it is plotted in a complex plane using polar coordinates -- called also amplitude; compare ABSOLUTE VALUE 2

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