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ACondomFullOfCrisco
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12:14:04 PM Feb 24th 2014
What is the difference between Knight Templar and Tautological Templar? I'm not seeing much difference between them.
feral
06:22:38 PM Feb 24th 2014
edited by 24.20.230.177
The Knight Templar is the character who goes to extremes Jumping Off the Slippery Slope to eliminate perceived "evils."

A Tautological Templar is the rationalization (and Logical Fallacy) that is sometimes (but not always) behind such a character: basically "I'm a good guy because I say I'm a good guy. How dare you question me!"

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