What is not a crime in the United States but clearly should be?

And hence I don't believe them.

Ok. Which one. Do you simultaneously believe there is and isn't an afterlife, Schrodinger?

For me. I don't want you to believe or follow it.

No. I am not saying that.

Let me see if I've got this right. Local law dictates right and wrong. But law does not define morality, which dictates right and wrong. So either you're saying there are local laws that are immoral (which means they contradict studies, facts and reports) and allow you to do the wrong thing, or that morality changes from state to state, country to country, and that all laws based around those morals, even the ones that say you are legally allowed to rape your wife, are right.

Does that sound about right to you?

Enlighten me by Sharing the link.

I'm sorry, but made the claim that the rule of thumb was terrible due to a lack of supporting data. The burden is actually on you to prove why, not me.

I am not going to reply now. Whatever you say.

That's very mature of you.

Time is being wasted here

Given your post history, you were already wasting it anyway. Much more than me.

trying to change my opinion.

Trying to understand your reasoning. I would have thought someone so focused on facts, data and evidence would have had a multitude of resources, links and documents to support their beliefs regard rules of thumb.

Finally I want to say all things I said was for me.

Do you usually talk to yourself online under the guise of a discussion with others?

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