Your post is basically tl;dr... It's pointless anyway, because once I saw the point where you asked me for proof when you can't provide any WRT the deal being rigged I saw a double standard and made a fairly reasonable conclusion you're really just a typical unreasonable riggie who tries to hold other to standards they don't hold themselves to.
I could be wrong, except for the last line, which is obvious... You want something from others you are unwilling and unable to provide yourself... If you could provide proof of rigging we would not be having this discussion, would we? Nope... But we are arguing concepts, reasonability and theories, because you can't provide any proof yourself. (Neither side can, so we have to go with 'most likely' as a reasonable conclusion.)
Originally Posted by jjjou812
From my perspective, the craziest part of the argument is the illogical methodology that you use to flip-flop your opinion and your distain for those that don’t agree with you. You think you’ve applied deep thinking to the issue when it appears you simply have fallen in love with your own conclusions based on an irrational belief system.
I don't have any disdain for those who don't agree with me... You just seem to think I should believe the deal is rigged when it makes no sense and you can't prove it is, so in the absence of contradictory evidence it's much more reasonable to believe poker sites have no need to rig their deals.
Nothing irrational about my beliefs there, but you can attempt to see them that way if you please, just the same as you can believe in Santa Claus.
As far as seeing all marketing as 'essentially equal' where each presents a 'product' (which could be a service), well, yeah, I do see it that way and maybe if people looked at things that way they would see how 'sold' they are on BS ideas by a political party, much the same as they are sold on a hamburger. (If you can't see it that way, then that's fine.)
What you're doing is analogous to arguing for your 'party' without anything other than a 'belief' in the party... No facts, no data, nothing except a belief. I'm very open to believing the deal is rigged if someone can show me proof or at least makes it more reasonable to believe it is rigged than it is not, but so far no one has presented anything that's very convincing.
If you have been involved in political campaigns or sales, then I feel sorry for any candidate or company you represent(ed), because if you don't understand how marketing, in relation to service and products, works you probably did them more harm than good. Political campaigns contain some of the best marketing and sales techniques of any type of campaign.
BTW does McDonald's provide the product of a hamburger, or, the service of buying the meat, buns, etc. and cooking / preparing the hamburger for you? Is fast food a 'quick service' industry or do they provide a product? (The difference is really just semantics. The sales techniques for each work the same way.)
I'm not going to bother to respond to the rest of your questions / replies, because:
Originally Posted by jjjou812
That’s correct, I don’t think...
Unlike you, I do think...