TheRealSomeone akaSomeone, on 31 May 2013 - 02:30 AM, said:
The website you used is .com which means it a company. Now if you can show me a REAL creditable website I will be happy to listen.
Laws and regulations are there, But malpractice is still the #1 killer in America.
Alright, motherfucker. You've said some pretty stupid shit here and I'd like to clean up the mess.
FOR STARTERS: you're seriously going to bitch at him using a .com despite the fact you didn't use a .anything as proof for your claim? Look, you must have just skipped the 3 prior pages of content, because if you had read them, you'd have realized how important proof actually is in this discussion. How about some credible sources from you, Mr.PhD? Oh, by the way, he was assuming you got your statistics from snopes, because snopes is a joke news site.
Motherfucking second: MALPRACTICE IS NOT THE NUMBER ONE KILLER IN THE UNITED STATES.
I can't say that with 100% certainty, but I don't really care, because as far this discussion is concerned, I am more believable than you are at this point. Hey! It is even a magical .gov, so even by YOUR logic I am more believable. Unless you're one of those subjective knowledge types... Ew. Oh, by the way, I'm pretty sure Cancer is the second largest killer, than I think it is like, auto accidents and suicide, but I'm less confident about those last two. But yeah, malpractice isn't that high.
Third, and this comes back to my two prior points, you need some statistical proof. The moral and subjective aspects have been argued to death, but when all is said and done, few people have inserted anything even close to being considered objective, or at least trustworthy. And I can understand inserting an opinion, I get that, but don't do it if you're going to make things up in the middle of it for no apparent reason.
This post has been edited by Meowth: 31 May 2013 - 04:23 AM