Hindsite wrote:Apparently, we don't get the same information. It is also clear that you don't like being challenged with the truth. But that is the characteristic of an atheist.
Truth and facts are not always the same, since truth is subjective. Your beliefs are your "truth", but facts remain facts, regardless of belief. We have exactly the same information, but you choose
to believe only what you want to believe, and disregard the rest. You have cognitive dissonance.
Hindsite wrote:Where I live in Augusta, Geogia, USA is a lot closer to Washington, D.C., USA than some small obscure village in Thailand.
Irrelevant, since someone living in Toronto, Canada, is closer to Washington, DC, than even you are, and I wouldn't say they'd be any more well informed, than you, or I. Your argument is absurd and lacks common sense.
I live in a town, that is not, in any way obscure. My internet is likely better than yours, at 200+ MB/sec download and upload. I get every station that is broadcast, in the world, including the local channels that you watch, like Fox: Atlanta(XFL is playing as I write this... Dal 21 Sea 12, in the 4th quarter)
Hindsite wrote:Perhaps you could provide better information on what is happening in China with this corona virus version 19. No more than you can.
You have access to the same information I have. Location is irrelevant.
We are not talking about what is the best bar or restaurant in Augusta, Georgia, or in Udon Thani for that matter. We'd both be foolish not to listen to a local in the area, for specific information, like that. We are not discussing that, however, and as such, comments about the location we live in, are.... just plain dumb. So, move on and provide an actual argument, please.
“Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson