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That's it folks. No poking fun about Christians anymore.
I don't see how both stories can be true, else, one of the 10 Commandments would be "Men shall not eat grits."
All gays drank milk or a milk substitute as babies. All gays have two biological parents. The majority of gays have two exclusively heterosexual parents.
Post hoc ergo propter hoc.
As your Latin is Greek to me, I can only assume that you are saying that drinking milk during the developmental period and having heterosexual parents leads to homosexuality. If this is true, I am most likely gay. Hmmm... I never suspected.
I was referring to the post hoc fallacy of reasoning
"The post hoc ergo propter hoc (after this therefore because of this) fallacy is based upon the mistaken notion that simply because one thing happens after another, the first event was a cause of the second event. Post hoc reasoning is the basis for many superstitions and erroneous beliefs.
"Many events follow sequential patterns without being causally related. For example, you have a cold, so you drink fluids and two weeks later your cold goes away. You have a headache so you stand on your head and six hours later your headache goes away. You put acne medication on a pimple and three weeks later the pimple goes away. You perform some task exceptionally well after forgetting to bathe, so the next time you have to perform the same task you don't bathe. A solar eclipse occurs so you beat your drums to make the gods spit back the sun. The sun returns, proving to you the efficacy of your action."
If it is true that certain behaviors or eating habits "cause" homosexuality in offspring, why are other siblings not affected in the same way? Most gay people are the only one of two or more siblings who is gay.
Yeah, I figured that out. But, I do like to quip people for using Latin. This is America, gall-darn-it. Speak American.
I agree most of the time about using Latin, but the post hoc phrase is accepted on most lists of fallacies. I have never heard it called anything else. The English translation is unweildy.