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Herald Sun is disproportionately posting comments that agree with Ablett, ignoring references to plagiarism. Ablett suggests that being descended from apes is somehow worse than being descended from convicts? He provides no logical position for this assertation. I posted a comment on the herald sun article notifying them of the plagiarism.

But in any case, there is no way on earth that he is familiar with Spencer’s work. I posted quite a detailed reply to the original article and the Herald Sun conveniently (for them) did not post it. In classical logic ad hominems and strawman arguments disqualify one from the debate, in which case most people in this forum have been disqualified. I admit to being slightly out of touch with Australian politics and culture – but is this Gary Ablett the footballer? Seriously? Is this some kind of joke? What scares me more is that he is actually being taken seriously – it’s always a mistake when sportspeople (former or current) start pontificating about things they have no idea about. Charlie and Smitty taking some speckies on the ruck back.



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Also, you didn’t attend to anything that Paul said about Gary Ablett’s article. I’m not sure why he would use it, but he clearly doesn’t understand it. But perhaps a quote from Herbert Spencer is apposite after all: “The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly, is to fill the world with fools”.