Posted by Elmo P. Shagnasty on May 19, 2011, 2:35 pm
So your idea of "testing" involves nothing more than your own example of
"yes it stopped".
Oh, bullshit. You have no data to back you up. Again, you're making
It puts all of your pretty charts and graphs into perspective.
I don't have to have data. You claim that braking distance is
unaffected, and I asked you for the data to back up that claim. You
refuse to provide such data, to the point where you say that all you
need is the seat of your pants.
If you want to make claims you can't back up, expect to be called on
that in public.
Posted by bwilson4web on May 19, 2011, 4:46 pm
Well la-dee dah! Like I care.
The tires work, the car works, the physics remain the same. Put up
some facts and data.
I have the car and it works ... stops like it did before. You don't
and resort to FUD (Fear Uncertainty and Doubt.) So until you bring
something to the party, I don't really care.
Posted by Elmo P. Shagnasty on May 20, 2011, 12:04 am
Well, at least you're being honest with the people.
So you DON'T care about braking performance of the tires. You DO care
about...what? Trying to make yourself look like some know-it-all about
the Prius with all your pretty charts and graphs? Charts and graphs
that you have admitted have nothing to do with facts and everything to
do with your fantasy world?
Facts. When asked for them, you choose not to give them--because that
might upset your fantasy world.
You know, you can't pick and choose the facts. They are what they are.
Facts aren't obligated to preserve your fantasy world.
Come on, do tell us MORE about how you don't care about the facts.
The tires do something, the car does something, the physics do WHAT?
You've made the claim; now it's up to YOU to put up some facts and data.
No, it's not "everything is as *I* say it is unless someone else can
prove me wrong, la de da" as you say. You claim it, now YOU back it up.
Or are you saying that your claiming it makes it de facto the truth? Is
that what you're saying, Bob?
You have no idea whether or not it "stops like it did before" because
you haven't measured braking distance, either before OR after tire
changes. You just like to make claims out of thin air, and you HATE it
when someone calls you on it and asks you to back up your claims.
What, your pretty charts and graphs not doing you any good right now?
You claim to have all SORTS of data on fuel economy--but that same
"scientific method" you use is suddenly useless or invalid when it comes
to actual data on braking performance across tires?
So you just declare what you say to be factual, eh?
Go ahead, bring something to the party. You won't--and that will tell
all about YOU.
Posted by bwilson4web on May 20, 2011, 3:36 am
La-dee dah, 'Elmo'. You're such a cheap and easy puppet.
Posted by Elmo P. Shagnasty on May 20, 2011, 10:45 am
SURE, bob. SURE.