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- - By cipri (**) Date 2013-09-08 00:25 Upvotes 1
I see here highly rhetorical conversations. I see people  trying to become historians of chess. Others (or the same) also trying the field of justice, trying to mimic the behavior of advocates on the tv series (e.g. ally mcbeal), trying to split the hair into 4, changing words, accusing that not the right vocabulary was used, that perhaps a statement was not perfectly valid, that some exceptions might theoretically exist. I see others trying their l.uck at mathematical logic. I see dreamers, who have the illusions that was writing dozens of different chess engines, and then choose the best one of it. The others (or the same) imagining there exists a "chess engine template", where everyone just have to rewrite / implement some parts, and then having a own chess engine.

When I see all these comments, from time to time, I ask myself, if you find time to play chess, or if these other occupations are wasting all your time.

Some people give me the impression, that they are like the soccer houligans, which go to the soccer matches not because of they love soccer, but because they want to fight and make trouble.

Sometimes I have the impression, some people want to specialize at the history of computer chess. That much historic stuff was discussed here, I think you could easily take this material, and transform it into a book.

I'm still reading some of the posts, and i'm still wondering how long it's still going to take, till this historic and rhetoric discussions start to become boring. There are so many "circular" discussions here, and i wonder that the people are not getting bored, to talk again and again about the same, with mostly the same arguments (or insults).
Parent - By user923005 (****) Date 2013-09-08 03:57
You'll never read them all, because they arrive at near infinite speed.
A pretty good analysis, I would say.
Parent - By Antares (****) Date 2013-09-08 10:03

> Some people give me the impression, that they are like the soccer houligans, which go to the soccer matches not because of they love soccer, but because they want to fight and make trouble.


+1
Parent - By Fulcrum2000 (****) Date 2013-09-08 11:17
+1

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