I'll give you the age thing, you have a point there. Your also right about the opinions, but only to a certain extent. When I said:"No one is ever wrong, but no one is truly ever right... ..everyone is right in there own opinion..." I meant in things that cant be proven, because thats where a persons opinion truly takes form. "But just as someone has the right to hold an opinion, the rest of us have the right to question it. And this is a good thing. There's an old saying, "I never learned anything new from someone I agree with." By comparing, contrasting and debating one another's opinions we are able to test the validity of our own beliefs and we are able to learn more about the other's beliefs." Of course everyone has the right to question it, but in that same ideal, they cant question something without first considering it, and seeing it there way. If you go into something without an open mind, you'll never learn anything. If you go in, ready to try and see something from another persons view point, you learn a lot more then you could have by not, even if you decide that the person is wrong, at least you learned how another persons mind works and thinks. "I would like to think that AT60, myself and any others who wish to join in, can debate without resorting to ad hominem arguments or needless flames." I wasnt quite sure what you meant by this,could you explain?