Huh...I guess either way would work really.Is that anything like, "talk to the hand"? Or would "talk to the hand", be an appropriate response to argumentum ad lapidem?
Is that why it's called a "lapidary wheel"?
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I have been making irreverent (you would say 'irrelevant' I suppose) posts here since 08 or 09....[ ]....
Not a really funny one though, I"m afraid.As much as I think elon is a hack, I'm glad this was thrown out. Obviously was a joke.
And since Elon Musk is the one who called him that, he'll be know as the "pedo guy" probably for the rest of his life.Not a really funny one though, I"m afraid.
Being called an a**hole, or any one of a number of pejoratives, aren't likely to get you turned down for a job, refused admission to a college, or in a worst case scenario, having your throat slit in prison.
While being called a "pedophile" certainly might, whether true or otherwise.
Good point. Much in the same way that if a woman's purse carries the "Gucci" logo, it inflates the value of a quality equivalent product many times over. So, being crudely insulted by Musk would increase its impact and longevity.And since Elon Musk is the one who called him that, he'll be know as the "pedo guy" probably for the rest of his life.
Yah I agree, really unnecessary to try to milk money off of an internet insult... I mean the diver told Musk to shove it up his ***, no? Granted Musk should've chosen a better insult (unless that diver was being creepy to begin with).That pedo guy started the argument, so I think he deserved it.