Madsci's Exclusionary Rule of Causes or Motives:
For each observed action, there exist at least two possible, incompatible, motives, or causes, where both can not simultaneously be true. This effect is due to the severe bandwidth reduction involved by observing only the outcome, not the causes of the observed action.
Originally Posted by DenverJayhawk
I don't have proof. But I can guess you two have reported my posts.....frequently. And madsci was saying that I personally attacked when I said conservatives had no idea what they were taking about in the education funding topic and can only assume it was reported. But I got no notice to edit it from the mods and am assuming they are calling BS to you guys finally.
In other words, you didn't consider another equally likely, very possibly a more
likely possibility, that I simply didn't report that post
By failing to consider all
the possible causes for your not receiving a point, you incorrectly assumed that the, "Mods were calling BS to my reporting"
If the post was never reported, and I
certainly didn't report it, then the Mods never even got involved.
See? False premise on your part, therefore false conclusion.
Another example. I said a person was clueless for saying anyone that wants early voting is lazy. That got reported too. Again. Another example of frivolous reporting. Such a joke.
If you got pointed, it broke a rule in a Mod's opinion. As I stated before, you could always appeal a point, unless you edited it.