Quote from: eHash on June 17, 2017, 05:50:42 AMQuote from: Abyss1 on June 16, 2017, 11:48:11 AMjust curious where you got your statistics from, this seems like not only a case of false equivalency from one poster, but an argument based on a "false fact" by another. In statistics, this could be a "false casualty" or "proof of a null hypothesis".Quote from: MyAlterEg0 on June 16, 2017, 04:32:59 AM
"you have to be pretty naive if you think the majority of people who listen to electronic music and dance all night don't do drugs..."
are you fricken kidding me? that's the same as thinking all asians are bad drivers.
How is it that you equate me saying majority (which is statistically proven at late night Electronic festivals/events/ clubs that majority of people are NOT sober) with ALL (insert racial stereotype)
In philosophy this is called the false equivalency argument which is where you fall into....nice reach tho, and you know Im right ;)Quote from: Abyss1 on June 16, 2017, 11:48:11 AMQuote from: MyAlterEg0 on June 16, 2017, 04:32:59 AM
"the no glowstick policy ....I dunno for a while now ...i seriously doubt Fanime was concerned with people spilling glow stick chemicals."
....if it wasn't that, why wouldn't they ban led gloves?
I thought they were banned too, well 2016 was my last year so my record for attendance (99'-16'), and I don't recall them at all. Did they have them this year? Can you tell me what the whole point of LED gloves...are people tutting again in the dark?
LED gloves have never been banned. laser gloves have. An explanation of "gloving" can be found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gloving
lol false facts..you kids love to reach for anything ...want to prove this Null...and btw this is proven not a hypothesis ::)
gloving lol...waering gloves was and still is a break dance thing ...love the appropriation from you kids