Originally Posted by sofingaw
No. Here's an example:
Gravity, a natural law. It works one way, and not the other. It pulls in a particular direction. Not more than one.
To deny the way it works is moronic.
Another, perhaps more apt example:
Ball flight laws! (Which are governed by laws of physics, which are natural laws and include gravity, for one)
A ball may either go left, or right. Lets call these ball flights, instead of hook and slice, just for example....something arbitrary... I dpnt know, how about.... 'Gay' and 'Straight' balls!
So, a set of circumstances in nature create the potential for the 'birth' of a shot, gay or straight, based on the particulars of those circumstances. Club face angle, gender, clubhead path, hormones, etc.
A shot is born! Is it gay or straight? Who knows right away? Not I. But once it matures, it is evident to all how that shot will be.
Also evident to all except for morons, should be that no shot, or person, can be born straight or gay, hook or slice, without being allowed such by natural conditions, or 'nature'.
To suggest that hooks come from the devil or slices are black magic, ignores the natural laws that created that shot, and is moronic.
If its only gays (or hookers of the ball) that understand ball flight laws, that doesn't make their argument and reasoning invalid. Just misunderstood by those who don't (or choose to ignore it.) THOSE people, I would call morons.
Your argument is that nature cannot be used to explain either straightness or gayness.
That's wrong, since it clearly explains BOTH.