mdog wrote:That last post shows the level of maturity that I am dealing with. This is nothing more than a herd mentality, one lemming following the other to solidify your need to be accepted and show camarderie. Malocclusions do cause musclar imbalances, look it up, first look up what a mal-occlusion are. I did not post after one person said that I was spamming and he soiled his pants that google may pick it up. I have even DM some other people on this forum so I wouldn't come across as someone that is spamming. You guys are acting like a bunch of high school kids, to go and find a picture like that, really, its pathetic.
I bet most of you are all single and for the most part live in your parents basement playing video games. Immature idiots.
Oscar already stated the main point of my response. So no point in repeating that. I'm happily married, living only with my wife, and enjoying a fairly successful career of a technical nature. Video games are fun, but I'm more of a movie buff. I also enjoy learning about various things of interest.
That last post shows the level of maturity that I am dealing with.
This is nothing more than a herd mentality, one lemming following the other
This is a reverse of the proof by popularity fallacy. Here the argument is not, "it's popular, therefore right", but the opposite "it's popular, therefore you are wrong". It is also a baseless assertion that everyone only picked their position due to one other person (Jungledoc maybe?), taking that position. However there is no way for you to have knowledge of that, as you have not established that anyone has a lack of understanding of what they were saying. In fact there is empirical evidence showing just the opposite is true for some of us.
Malocclusions do cause musclar imbalances
You have no evidence to support this. It is not my responsibility to provide evidence for YOUR silliness.
You guys are acting like a bunch of high school kids
A rephrasing of your opening ad hominem, this time containing a cliche simile.
to go and find a picture like that, really, its pathetic.
A perfectly valid opinion. I thought it was very amusing, myself.
This of course brings me back to what Oscar said.
It's not surprising you did that though. You pretty much did that last time as well.
Some closing notes for the spectators: This is a typical reaction. Getting a little angry, plenty of insults, feigning offense, etc. If you will notice it's very similar to my exchange with Peter Rouse a while back. However this guy is a bit on the calm side, and Peter probably has anger management issues. So the reaction is usually in between these. Of course conspiracy theorists do tend to have much stronger reactions than any sort of alternative medicine advocate.