Let's have a quick show of hands from the people that can understand Alma's points.
I usually do, though I wish I didn't sometimes.
He tends to take a definition or argument and extend it to a point most people here wouldn't; or apply it in a way that is atypical. If you go back and follow his logic it can make perfect sense, despite the fact the conclusion is baffling to most everyone here. It reminds me of the thought experiments one of my philosophy professors was fond of doing.
His Excellency Aethien wrote:
Alma is just too much of a coward to take a stance on anything. He'll blabber on forever about whatever stupid thing caught his attention and then tries to display his "superior argumentation skills" but he never actually says what he thinks about anything.
Now, all those times you told me never to talk to Alma. Yeah...
That monster in the mirror, he just might be you. -Grover