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That's exactly what you did. "But do not have the audacity to climb up on a phony moral high horse and pretend like you're somehow the better person for it." Ironically, that's what you did, but that's beside the point now. Considering that you failed to refute the vast majority of my arguments, instead opting to tell me how I was using the Nirvana Fallacy repeatedly, I would say you tapped out quite a while ago. I'm flattered that you keep coming back, even though "nobody else in the world cares anymore", but I think you lost this one.
You could have just stopped replying, seeing as you asked me to move on, but I suppose that's just you being hypocritical again. I'm sure you'll try to talk about the Nirvana Fallacy and whatnot once again, but at this point I'm actually going to start ignoring you, because I know how to drop things, and hopefully you can just end this here. Unless you just absolutely have to have the last words, which is okay, because I suppose you might not have much confidence in your argument at this point. Anyways, I will once again make an attempt at being polite, as this is an internet debate and manners are often forgotten, exemplified by your comments. Have a lovely night, I appreciate your time and the opportunity to discuss our opinions.
"If you want to rationalize supporting industrial art thieves because having a stuffed animal toy is more important than things like morality or legality or the ability of the parent company to continue makling real merchandise, you go right ahead, but do not have the audacity to climb up on a phony moral high horse and pretend like you're somehow the better person for it."
Also, you've now gotten to a point where you're using vulgarity like "for fucks sake", so this is no longer a simple debate. Want to hear about logical fallacies? https://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/ad-hominem
Or maybe, since you seem to be reprimanding my arguments with your Nirvana Fallacy, despite not really having much to back your argument up besides that, how about this: https://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/the-fallacy-fall...
Anyways, you're right, I'm kind over with you now. I won't be checking this thread anymore, but good luck with your activism for the abolishment of the exploitation of workers in China. I'm sure that trying to prove that you're better than everyone by opting to not support it this one time is really helping. Have a good rest of your Saturday!
If not, again, very sorry. Genuine misunderstanding. You probably should have taken AP Human Geography, or at least regular human geography. I don't know how old you are, so maybe it wasn't required during your high school experience.
It's also worth mentioning that fanmade plushies are illegal to sell, too. I suppose you hate the amazing plush creations from the fandom, too.
84% of Americans say they've shopped there in the last year. Was that really necessary?
As for the toxic fabric, that's a risk the buyer has to take. I'm not going to buy a plushie because I'm not taking that risk. I agree with you for the most part, but trying to prove that you're superior and acting aggressive is not the way to get your argument across.