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OK, the 200 years is commonly part of the supposed statement.

So now you are telling us that you agree with part of the statement, but not the whole thing?

But, have it your way...

Please cite examples of democracies that ceased being democracies based on the criteria that you set.

Thanks in advance...

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"Well, first we would start with the number of democracies that have the potential of lasting significantly longer than 200 years."

Once again, WHERE DID I ATTACHED THE 200 YEARS?????????????

Really, you're better than this doucheness.

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Tbr:

That was like the roman gladiators playing a bunch of pansy ass child foot ball players in a no rules blood sport. (you being the 200 pound gladiator)

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"Well tell me Mr. Science, exactly how big of a sample do we need to opine on the merits?"

Well, first we would start with the number of democracies that have the potential of lasting significantly longer than 200 years.

In that group, there is exactly one, the Roman Republic, which lasted 500 years.

Do you have any other examples?

Single subject design can be useful for some studies, but not this one...

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" Go fuck yourself."

Ah yes. You can't discuss the merits, and revert to insults.

How typical...

Fullerton CA
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btw- I don't believe any of your degrees has 'science' in it. You're an Arts guys.

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"he sample size is too small to make a meaningful conclusion. If you knew anything about science, you would know that... "

Well tell me Mr. Science, exactly how big of a sample do we need to opine on the merits??????????? Go fuck yourself.

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"As to the truth of the statement, the Roman Republic lasted 500 years, 2 1/2 times the "lifecycle."

Did I include the often add 200 years?????????????????????

You are pulling a Douche A-hoy.

The sentiment expressed in the quote have appeared in prominent speeches and expressed in some of tytlers work. Get passed the messenger and try to discuss the message.

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"TBR and Fun don't want to discuss the meat of it."

There is no meat.

The sample size is too small to make a meaningful conclusion.

If you knew anything about science, you would know that...

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""But I do know that unions rarely (if ever) back down. They dig in and don't budge. They take and take and take but never want to concede or give back."

And St. Ronnie and the Air Traffic Controllers saga comes to mind....

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