Ladies and gentlemen welcome to round 2 (or 3, lost count) of Torush vs Gun Purchases.
You’re a good half a year late. What is there to argue that hasn’t already been proposed and rejected?
Strawman Fallacy. Never thought I’d see the day I’d address this, but what really did I expect on such a topic…
In reading this, I am forced to assume that your use of inductive proposition implies that you aren’t taking this seriously. In fact, this shouldn’t serve as a pro at all, but rather a con, for why do the lower ranks deserve guns they have not ranked up for? I will do a little inductive reasoning on my part:
Pharmacist assistants are paid according to what rank or degree they have in a particular field of study. It is expected that the most advanced rank or degree would be paid more, so a lower qualified assistant should not get paid the same for assistants should be awarded based on their experience and thus how they can assist with consumers (or whatever they are paid to do).
Substitute in Phantom Forces ranks for medical ranks/degrees. Is it then fair that a lower rank gets the same gun that a higher rank rightfully unlocked?
Besides, it doesn’t matter, for, on the off chance, they can pick up a gun and use that, so it requires very little effort to use a gun (however not unlocking it).
And thus the first strong argument against gun purchases.
More inductive reasoning. You should not rely solely on probabilistic arguments.
These are conflicting statements. University stuff comes after grade 11. OP predictions are typically assessed in grade 12. Just because you’re running an OP course in education, does not mean you are doing “University stuff”.
This is not an argument, it’s you wasting what you claim “precious time”, if not it’s a poor choice on your part.
To further your ego, not only do you list off things that you have, but also deny a point, seemingly arrogant. This is also irrelevant to any sort of argument.
And yet it is fair. The option was always there for you to purchase a weapon, and you chose not to. So why must you hold that against people? The fact that you didn’t purchase a gun doesn’t make it any better of an argument. If anything, it’s a useless point to make, for why must things you believe in have to apply to others?
And yet people like you spend an hour a day on the game, this argument is worthless.
This isn’t new. This is how industries work.
It is only as annoying as you allow it to be. What’s it matter, anyway? What is so wrong with purchasing weapons? You argued it is unfair, but in reality, it is. I’m willing to make a post sometime in the next three days regarding this stupid argument and put a rest to this garbage. The burden of proof is on those who wish to remove the system, and that burden has not been lifted.
It is and you’re not.