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Old 02-02-2009, 06:17 PM   #16
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I think that if I do some opposing viewpoints then no one can accuse me of bias.

There are some books that i wouldn't care to do at all, though. E. g. One of the most heavily downloaded books at the Internet Archive this week is an anti-semitic rant, with the usual conspiracy theory about world domination. It's badly-written, poorly-argued and incoherent. I can't work out why anyone with anything approaching a critical faculty would want to read it.
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