Re: Scoreboard Watching 2013 (Playoffs Edition)
Originally Posted by PuffyPig
Running down the street is "evidence" that the person may have commited a crime. It might be the most flimsy shread of evidence imaginable, but it is still "evidence". You are confused as to what "evidence" means.
No one is saying that someone running down the street has commited a crime, and that's the conclusion you are jumping to. You are equating "evidence" as meaning "enough evidence to convict someone".
The only thing running down a street is evidence of is an accelerated gate that is likely accompanied by an elevated heart rate.
I fully know what evidence means and submit you aren't differentiating between evidence and interpretation and your analysis is flawed because it entertains a conclusion that isn't supported by the evidence.
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Last edited by jojo; 10-11-2013 at 05:08 PM.