One such topic is the difference between truthiness, and truth. Watch it first.
What have you learned?
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Do MLMers believe all critics are "sour grapes"?
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[responding to an article that discuss how ZeekRewards is not what it appears to be]Not only did Karina use "sour grapes" (i.e. you're just jealous), she also tossed in "you are probably profiting from whatever you are criticizing any way!" It's a random accusation, ad hominem attack.
Karina wrote: ... So I think you are just plain jealous that people are making money while you are not or you are making big money anonymously at Zeek rewards yourself!
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"Until convicted in court, the business is legal."Unfortunately, that's a fallacy too.
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