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Do you understand what a cultural gap is? The problem is that people generally take the Bible out of context and stuff. The Bible was not written in English. It takes a long time to understand the context and everything, the whole story. Are you a feminist? Are you seeking for equality?

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Tucker: Obama pushed idea that girls thrive when men fail

The problem is that people generally take the Bible out of context and stuff.

So you're going with "appeal to ignorance".

Do you have any specifics? And if "The Bible" is so difficult to understand, why do people use it as an excuse for their personal views?

Are you a feminist?

I'm a logiczombie.

Tucker's completely missing the point.

Some women are better at some jobs and some men are better at some jobs.

You have to sort of take it on a case-by-case basis.

I wouldn't generally qualify or disqualify an applicant based solely on their personal identity (ad hominem).

Are you seeking for equality?

I'm seeking logical coherence (nice red-herring by the way).

That is what Tucker said. I do not understand why you say Tucker is crazy for saying what you said. But you are saying Tucker did not say what you just said. Women are better at certain jobs. Men are better at other specific tasks. That is what Tucker said. But you said no. And then you went on to paraphrase what Tucker said but in different words. But it is the same.

SOME women are better at SOME jobs than SOME other women.
SOME women are better at SOME jobs than SOME other men.
SOME men are better at SOME jobs than SOME other men.
SOME men are better at SOME jobs than SOME other women.

The job ITSELF does not determine the individual (woman or man) best suited.

Statistical averages are nearly always intentionally deceptive (and do not apply to individuals, only statistically significant groups-of-individuals).

Generalities are true. You're emphasizing on exceptions to the generalities. Over 99% of the time, certain things has happened all around the world via billions of people for thousands of years.

Some of those "generalities" are self-enforcing.

For example, if blacks (poor because of jim crow and red-lining) are thought of as criminals then they are more likely to be arrested and convicted of crimes, which leaves their families destitute (poor = at risk for crime) and fatherless (fatherless = even more at risk for violent behavior) which almost guarantees most of their children will be incarcerated at some point in their lifetime.

Now, in my example you might argue that INDIVIDUALS can RISE ABOVE the unfairness of their birthright.

But you've just tried to argue that GENERALITIES are true when it comes to GENDER EQUALITY.

What is your UNIFORM STANDARD OF EVIDENCE (USOE)?

Do you always blame generalities (circumstances), or do you always blame the individual for their plight?

Inaccurate:

Incorrect. What you are saying is not true. Just go ask @stefan.molyneux about that. Generalities tells you certain patterns because different people are different.

Patterns vs Exceptions

Most people make certain choices. Most people prefer collectivism and therefore should not be eligible to be in America. Some people are better at certain things than other people. These are generalities. These are statistical patterns. Yes, individuals can break from the patterns.

Many Reject & Regret

But most of them choose not to. Many people choose to be victims. Most people choose fake versions of federally enforced peace and security over risky freedom. Evidence is seen everywhere. If you are asking for it, you are basically denying reality. You have the right to say, "Where's the proof the sky is blue?" I could explain why the sky is blue. Likewise, you are asking me to explain what we all know is true.

Three People Groups

There are three main lines of people groups, three colors, the black people, the white people, and the yellow people. These three groups are related to each other and all humans who are human are from these groups. Generalities can describe their strengths and weaknesses. These are generally true no matter what.

Blacks in the Early 1900's

Now, keep in mind that African American business men were beginning to make more and more money in the late 1800's and even more in the early 1900's. Different groups, including democratic groups, begin finding ways to stop that. Individuals are free to make choices.

Breaking Patterns

Some people break patterns and they do extraordinary things. We should always encourage people to fulfill their potential.

Many people choose to be victims.

Trump constantly complains about being a victim.

Ben Shapiro even wrote an entire book about how the sweet and kind conservatives are being "bullied" by all the horrible mean libtards.

Should they stop CHOOSING to be victims?

Generalities tells you certain patterns because different people are different.

This statement is self-contradictory.

Generalities apply exclusively to (adequately large) GROUPS of people.

Generalities do not apply to specific INDIVIDUALS.

Most people prefer collectivism and therefore should not be eligible to be in America.

SOCIETY = COLLECTIVISM

If you are "anti-collectivism" then you should become a hermit. Are you a hermit?

Most people choose fake versions of federally enforced peace and security over risky freedom.

Do you realize that "risky freedom" only empowers MOBSTER ETHICS?

Have you seen what happens when the electrics and phones go out?

These are generally true no matter what.

These are generally true, EXCLUSIVELY when dealing with (adequately large) GROUPS of people.

These statistical patterns do not apply to individuals.

These statistical patterns do not apply to all geographic areas and time-scales.

All data is sample-biased.

Now, keep in mind that African American business men were beginning to make more and more money in the late 1800's and even more in the early 1900's. Different groups, including democratic groups, begin finding ways to stop that.

Yes, they "found ways" (freedom-in-action),

Click to watch 9 minutes,

Some people break patterns and they do extraordinary things. We should always encourage people to fulfill their potential.

Well stated.