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Lol

Sea Star has been trolling me this whole time.
No she hasn't you dumbshit. She's trying to figure out if you actually have a point because your stupid a+b produces lettuce as a sum. She's trying to figure out where your logic is broken so she can either agree or disagree with you. As it is, you've just made a stupid assertion and pointed to pajamas as support.
Of course I have a point. How many times do in have to repeat it? The cave art in SE Algeria tells us that this area was lush and green less than 10000 years and that there were grazing herds. 

So this is your summary, or at least your main point. Good. Thanks.

Now please feel free to present your next claim -
Quote
what we know about mismanaged grazing herds causing desertification today
with link and summary - be sure to point out the main idea you want me to understand.

Thanks! I was sad when I thought you quit. :(

Lol sure you were. You were already given the link and summary. Now what new questions do you have?

Link and summary about overgrazing?
If it was in all the jabber at the other folks, I told you I didn't read anything but the posts between you and me.
But now that I understand your first claim, we can move on. If you posted something earlier in response to someone else, kindly share it with me now that you and I are at that point. Thanks!

http://oregonstate.edu/ua/ncs/archives/2013/sep/overgrazing-turning-parts-mongolian-steppe-desert

I don't know if you are just trolling or not ... if you are, you're pretty good lol ... anyway, I'll play your game at least for little while longer ...

You say that you want me to "teach"you ... so I guess you are taking the role of "student" ... great ...

One of the most important things I want my "students" to learn is to THINK INDEPENDENTLY.  For example, you could have come up with this link yourself if you had recalled that the article was talking about the Mongolian steppe by Googling "desertification overgrazing Mongolian steppe" ... comes up as first hit ... anyway, you can continue to teach yourself about this topic by changing terms ... try "desertification overgrazing deforestation" ... also go to Google Maps or Google Earth and zoom way out so you can see all the areas worldwide affected by desertification and try adding those regions to your search term ... for example, "desertification overgrazing South Africa" or Kenya or West Texas or wherever you like.
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Who's known for killing and maiming people, Dave? Antifa protesters or the Klan/white supremacists/nazis? Come on, you must know the answer to that one.
Both.  (Talking about currently, not in the past)
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Hello socrates1,

I see than you currently have made 2,800+ posts and you have received 1 upvote.
Do you mind my asking... who gave you the 1 upvote and what post it was for?

If you have a constructive contribution on the topic of this thread please post it.
Maybe ToThePoint thinks that being constructive, helping to establish a construction, is only useful on a sound foundation. Part of the foundation in the context of a discussion would be the reputation of the discussion starter. The available metrics relevant to your reputation are worrying, and he is offering you an opportunity to show that things are not as bad as they look.

So, in short, this is your old problem of starting in the middle.
Foundation first.
Establish a reputation.
Of course you do actually have a reputation, but it is such that as a foundation for discussion, it results in discussions mostly about the various flaws in your character and intellect.  So before constructive posts are possible not only must you establish a new reputation, you must undo the old one.
A daunting task.
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Hello socrates1,

I see than you currently have made 2,800+ posts and you have received 1 upvote.
Do you mind my asking... who gave you the 1 upvote and what post it was for?

If you have a constructive contribution on the topic of this thread please post it.
Maybe ToThePoint thinks that being constructive, helping to establish a construction, is only useful on a sound foundation. Part of the foundation in the context of a discussion would be the reputation of the discussion starter. The available metrics relevant to your reputation are worrying, and he is offering you an opportunity to show that things are not as bad as they look.

So, in short, this is your old problem of starting in the middle.
Foundation first.
Establish a reputation.

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You see, intolerance of intolerance is still intolerance, so really, they are all equally bad.

It does not matter one bit that one side's goals include things like segregation, stripping basic rights away from large groups of people, and even genocide, and that the other side's goal is to stop them. It is completely impossible to question the tactics of some of them, but to still agree that their goal is better than their opponents.

I guess the really moral position lies in the middle: to be somewhat against genocide, but not so much that you would raise a hand to stop it. Because throwing a brick at a nazi is just as bad as advocating genocide.
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Lol, I just realized why dave keeps calling everyone 'girls'... It's because of the Women's March! :rofl:
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Speaking of which - does Dave think the Sahara desertified pre- or post-Flood?
Oh that's a good question. We had asked him before, and he had badgered at the speed of light. Let's see if he remembers...
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Lol

Sea Star has been trolling me this whole time.
No she hasn't you dumbshit. She's trying to figure out if you actually have a point because your stupid a+b produces lettuce as a sum. She's trying to figure out where your logic is broken so she can either agree or disagree with you. As it is, you've just made a stupid assertion and pointed to pajamas as support.
Of course I have a point. How many times do in have to repeat it? The cave art in SE Algeria tells us that this area was lush and green less than 10000 years and that there were grazing herds.  Put that together with what we know about mismanaged grazing herds causing desertification today and you have a case for "overgrazing plus a few other factors caused the Sahara."

What seems to be the problem in understanding this?
Everyone understands it. It's just ludicrous, invalid 'reasoning'.
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Lol ... no.  YOU have it wrong.
So the "insurance policy" was simultaneously something for in case it happened and something to prevent it from happening?
Or what?

Please elaborate.
Yes. Please elaborate.
it appears that they put a plan in place to try to prevent Trump from getting elected. But in case he got elected, the plan would allow them to get him impeached.
And you got all that from "insurance policy"?

I guess "bovine herds in the Sahara, therefore the Sahara is man-made" is not the greatest feat of your imagination, dave.