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serena williams burada nuri bilge ceylan’a bos atar yapmis.
anne olmak hile yapmaya engel degil. (safsata bu). salt bu argumanla nuri bey’i ozur dilemeye zorlamasi sacmalik 😑☝️
“ben bir anneyim, demek ki hile yapmam” argumani non-sequitur gibi. turkcesi: floridali tenisci safsatasi. texasli keskin nisanci safsatasi oluyorsa bu da olur. #Fallacy lugatinin nomenklaturu uygun. umarim kabul gorur otoriteler tarafindan.
ikinci problemli nokta; annelik muessesesi hilenin hurdanin yalanin en yogun sekilde dondugu muessese. benim oglum cok yakisikli yalani yuzunden kendisini johnny depp sanan milyonlar var. (gerci neyse ki o depp-segmentte nusret bey gercegi imdada yetisti)
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It’s circular reasoning to cite Trump firing most everyone who has been investigating him as evidence that investigators were doing something wrong.
This is circular reasoning. Trump is arguing that the fact so many FBI officials investigating him have gotten fired is evidence they were up to no good. But as he admitted yesterday, the reason officials got fired is that they were investigating him. #fallacy
Trump promotes Fox News column based on fake Peter Strzok tweets thinkprogress.org/trump-promotes…
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💪A thread on amazing Twitter threads 😍👇
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