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10th Nov '16 2:01:18 AM Mareon
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** One suggested sollution was to take the "volunteers that visits people in Prison"-program, that have people from all typer of life get a scheduled visit with an random prisoner. After about fifty visits they would be given a "potential Brevik" stamp in their folder. Authorites would then go through the Brevik-stamps, go through their background and political afficilliation. After they have cleared that the would be put on the actual Brevik-list that would then be randomly selected to visit Brevik and play chess with him while prison guards listen in on every Word that is said (and the person choosen would of course always have the choice to say "thanks, but bo thanks" after which they would move on the next person on the list.)

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** One suggested sollution was to take the "volunteers that visits people in Prison"-program, that have people from all typer walks of life get a scheduled visit with an random prisoner. After about fifty visits they would be given a "potential Brevik" stamp in their folder. Authorites would then go through the Brevik-stamps, go through their background and political afficilliation. After they have cleared that the would be put on the actual Brevik-list that would then be randomly selected to visit Brevik and play chess talk with him while prison guards listen in on every Word word that is said (and the person choosen would of course always have the choice to say "thanks, but bo no thanks" after which they would move on the next person on the list.)
7th Nov '16 3:24:47 PM Mareon
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** One suggested sollution was to take the "volunteers that visits people in Prison"-program, that have people from all typer of life get a scheduled visit with an random prisoner. After about fifty visits they would be given a "potential Brevik" stamp in their folder. Authorites would then go through the Brevik-stamps, go through their background and political afficilliation. After they have cleared that the would be put on the actual Brevik-list that would then be randomly selected to visit Brevik and play chess with him while prison guards listen in on every Word that is said.

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** One suggested sollution was to take the "volunteers that visits people in Prison"-program, that have people from all typer of life get a scheduled visit with an random prisoner. After about fifty visits they would be given a "potential Brevik" stamp in their folder. Authorites would then go through the Brevik-stamps, go through their background and political afficilliation. After they have cleared that the would be put on the actual Brevik-list that would then be randomly selected to visit Brevik and play chess with him while prison guards listen in on every Word that is said.said (and the person choosen would of course always have the choice to say "thanks, but bo thanks" after which they would move on the next person on the list.)
7th Nov '16 3:20:34 PM Mareon
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** One suggested sollution was to take the "volunteers that visits people in Prison"-program, that have people from all typer of life get a scheduled visit with an random prisoner. After about fifty visits they would be given a "potential Brevik" stamp in their folder. Authorites would then go through the Brevik-stamps, go through their background and political afficilliation. After they have cleared that the would be put on the actual Brevik-list that would then be randomly selected to visit Brevik and play chess with him while prison guards listen in on every Word that is

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** One suggested sollution was to take the "volunteers that visits people in Prison"-program, that have people from all typer of life get a scheduled visit with an random prisoner. After about fifty visits they would be given a "potential Brevik" stamp in their folder. Authorites would then go through the Brevik-stamps, go through their background and political afficilliation. After they have cleared that the would be put on the actual Brevik-list that would then be randomly selected to visit Brevik and play chess with him while prison guards listen in on every Word that is said.
7th Nov '16 3:19:27 PM Mareon
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** One suggested sollution was to take the "volunteers that visits people in Prison"-program, that have people from all typer of life get a scheduled visit with an random prisoner. After about fifty visits they would be given a "potential Brevik" stamp in their folder. Authorites would then go through the Brevik-stamps, go through their background and political afficilliation. After they have cleared that the would be put on the actual Brevik-list that would then be randomly selected to visit Brevik and play chess with him while prison guards listen in on every Word that is said.
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** One suggested sollution was to take the "volunteers that visits people in Prison"-program, that have people from all typer of life get a scheduled visit with an random prisoner. After about fifty visits they would be given a "potential Brevik" stamp in their folder. Authorites would then go through the Brevik-stamps, go through their background and political afficilliation. After they have cleared that the would be put on the actual Brevik-list that would then be randomly selected to visit Brevik and play chess with him while prison guards listen in on every Word that is said.
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7th Nov '16 3:18:04 PM Mareon
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** One suggested sollution was to take the "volunteers that visits people in Prison"-program, that have people from all typer of life get a scheduled visit with an random prisoner. After about fifty visits they would be given a "potential Brevik" stamp in their folder. Authorites would then go through the Brevik-stamps, go through their background and political afficilliation. After they have cleared that the would be put on the actual Brevik-list that would then be randomly selected to visit Brevik and play chess with him while prison guards listen in on every Word that is said. [[//folder]]

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** One suggested sollution was to take the "volunteers that visits people in Prison"-program, that have people from all typer of life get a scheduled visit with an random prisoner. After about fifty visits they would be given a "potential Brevik" stamp in their folder. Authorites would then go through the Brevik-stamps, go through their background and political afficilliation. After they have cleared that the would be put on the actual Brevik-list that would then be randomly selected to visit Brevik and play chess with him while prison guards listen in on every Word that is said.
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7th Nov '16 3:16:38 PM Mareon
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* In 2016, convicted terrorist Anders Breivik sued the Norwegian State for about everything he disliked since he was imprisoned. The neutral court gave him exactly one win: It is against his human rights to be deprived of human contact while in prison. Norway's explanation? "We can't force people to visit Breivik, so the only people that we can allow to visit Breivik is people that want to do it, but precisely those are the people that [=REALLY SHOULDN'T=] be allowed to visit Anders Breivik."[[/folder]]

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* In 2016, convicted terrorist Anders Breivik sued the Norwegian State for about everything he disliked since he was imprisoned. The neutral court gave him exactly one win: It is against his human rights to be deprived of human contact while in prison. Norway's explanation? "We can't force people to visit Breivik, so the only people that we can allow to visit Breivik is people that want to do it, but precisely those are the people that [=REALLY SHOULDN'T=] be allowed to visit Anders Breivik."[[/folder]]"
** One suggested sollution was to take the "volunteers that visits people in Prison"-program, that have people from all typer of life get a scheduled visit with an random prisoner. After about fifty visits they would be given a "potential Brevik" stamp in their folder. Authorites would then go through the Brevik-stamps, go through their background and political afficilliation. After they have cleared that the would be put on the actual Brevik-list that would then be randomly selected to visit Brevik and play chess with him while prison guards listen in on every Word that is said. [[//folder]]
29th Oct '16 8:26:40 AM Odacon_Spy
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* In 2016, convicted terrorist Anders Brevig sued the Norweigan State for about everything he disliked since he was imprisoned. The neutral court gave him exactly one win: It is against his human rights to be deprived of human contact while in prison. Norway's explanation? "We can't force people to visit Brevig, so the only people that we can allow to visit Brevig is people that want to do it, but precisely those are the people that [=REALLY SHOULDN'T=] be allowed to visit Anders Breivig."[[/folder]]

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* In 2016, convicted terrorist Anders Brevig Breivik sued the Norweigan Norwegian State for about everything he disliked since he was imprisoned. The neutral court gave him exactly one win: It is against his human rights to be deprived of human contact while in prison. Norway's explanation? "We can't force people to visit Brevig, Breivik, so the only people that we can allow to visit Brevig Breivik is people that want to do it, but precisely those are the people that [=REALLY SHOULDN'T=] be allowed to visit Anders Breivig.Breivik."[[/folder]]
12th Oct '16 2:15:11 PM Josef5678
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* ''Radio/TheMenFromTheMinistry'': How does Mr. Lamb remember the to read the notes on the blotter? He has a notebook in which he writes notes to look a the blotter. How does he remember to look at the notebook? He has a reminder on the blotter.

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* ''Radio/TheMenFromTheMinistry'': How does Mr. Lamb remember the to read the notes on the blotter? He has a notebook in which he writes notes to look a at the blotter. How does he remember to look at the notebook? He has a reminder on the blotter.
12th Oct '16 8:06:52 AM DeadlyAssassin
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* ''Radio/TheMenFromTheMinistry'': How does Mr. Lamb remember the to read the notes on the blotter? He has a notebook in which he writes notes to look a the blotter. How does he remember to look at the notebook? He has a reminder on the blotter.
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5th Oct '16 6:52:20 PM Dravencour
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BeggingTheQuestion used recursively. A is true because B is true. B is true because C is true. C is true because A is true. The proof simply circles around and around, with nothing in it that it isn't being proved by itself. This is a {{logical fallac|ies}}y, because it disallows the possibility that ''all three'' are false and, like BeggingTheQuestion, presupposes the truth of the thing it's supposed to be providing an argument to prove the truth of. To summarize, the one using it thinks that their claim proves itself.

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BeggingTheQuestion used recursively. A is true because B is true. B is true because C is true. C is true because A is true. The proof simply circles around and around, with nothing in it that it isn't being proved by itself. This is a {{logical fallac|ies}}y, because it disallows the possibility that ''all three'' are false and, like BeggingTheQuestion, presupposes the truth of the thing it's supposed to be providing an argument to prove the truth of. To summarize, the one using it thinks that their claim proves itself.
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