My statement was meaningless, like yours, and was meant to be taken as meaningless.pmb_phy said:As such your claim that "at least 50% of people are honest at least 50% of the time." is incorrect.
Sure. I hope that you are smiling when you say that. You say "almost everyone in the world", a meaningless statement which you could not possibly verify and you could not possibly have evidence to support, and you pretend to honestly expect that I should recognize that "almost everyone in the world" means "at least 50%". Sure.Phrases cannot be "looked up" and what it means to an individual is obviously subjective.
I am sorry. I must have missed where you said that you once believed as I did. Can you post that quote?As I said, I once believed what you do about what the term "most" means and it was pointed out to me that I was incorrect.
Funny, aren't you. Is this the "precise" definition that you are using? Are you being "precise" when you say "most" when you mean at least 50%? I think that you should reanalyze your situation. Otherwise, you will find as life goes on that everyone misunderstands you, because you are the only person in the world who knows the "precise" definition of the words that you use. Don't you think?I therefore have adjusted my use of the term to more accurately reflect the precise definition of the term. You can use it as you like, but I will use it as defined.
I do not, and I do not.So tell me - Do you believe in honesty and afterlife being related in anyway or not? Do you believe in honesty and God being related in anyway or not. If so in either case then why?
Since you only requested my response if so in either case, I assume that you do not want my response if I do not. Therefore, I will leave it at that.