Old 15th Apr 2019, 15:34
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PJD1
 
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Originally Posted by DaveReidUK View Post
It's a false equivalence, because "a right to be offended" has no meaning.
Of course it has meaning, someone could claim that they have the right to be offended by something. In any case my original comment was a light hearted one (hence the smiley face). Of course if you were offended by it you have a right to be!
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