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Most of the arguments to which I am party fall somewhat short of being impressive, knowing to the fact that neither I no
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"Most of the arguments to which I am party fall somewhat short of being impressive, knowing to the fact that neither I nor my opponent knows what we are talking about"

- Rodney Dangerfield

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In this quote, comic Rodney Dangerfield is revealing his frustration with the arguments he frequently discovers himself involved in. He confesses that these arguments are not very excellent, likely due to the fact that neither he nor his challenger genuinely understands the subject at hand. This might be seen as a commentary on the state of discourse in society, where people frequently engage in disputes without completely comprehending the subject. Dangerfield's use of humor highlights the absurdity of this circumstance and the lack of substance in these arguments. It also works as a tip to technique conversations with an open mind and a determination to discover, instead of merely attempting to show a point.

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Rodney Dangerfield This quote is written / told by Rodney Dangerfield between November 22, 1921 and October 5, 2004. He was a famous Comedian from USA. The author also have 50 other quotes.

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