Thoglette wrote:fat and old wrote:The anti-mhl'er is more than happy to resort to personal experience to support their POV, yet howls it down when used by a pro helmet wearer (and I use that expression explicitly.
I'm going to stick to the logical problem with this statement. Which takes me back to my very first comment on this matter, which I will repeat using your terminology. That being: I am both anti MHL and pro helmet. This is a logically consistent position.
Your statement confuses these two related but separate concepts. As a result you're not going to get a satisfactory outcome from a discussion based on such a statement .
Fair enough. My statement confuses the two concepts. I don't see why that inhibits the ability of those who use IP's experience (I'm using that as it's well documented and well quoted by many here. It's recent and makes selection of an example easy.) from explaining why they continue to use it. In spite of it being non-factual etc etc.
What I'm seeing here is "do what I say, not what I do". Unless it's expected of others to point this out?
It's a very simple question really.