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Fun:Internet argument

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In the course of human evolution, we developed fine rhetorical capabilities. As we developed technology, each step allowed for the better deployment of these capabilities. The Internet has been widely hailed as the final logical step in these trends, as it allows the masters of argument to school enlighten the masses.

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