Re: interrogative tail or head ?
|From:||David Peterson <digitalscream@...>|
|Date:||Monday, June 18, 2001, 7:22|
In a message dated 6/17/01 10:52:58 AM, claudio.soboll@GMX.DE writes:
<< e.g. advocates talking in the court use this trick to express their
assumptions as statements, until finally they attach a "...isnt it ?"
at the tail of their monologues.
the jury is getting manipulated deeply because they take the statement
as long as true statement as the "isnt it " appears, but then its too
late , the jury has build their opinions already...
result: guilty ! >>
Sure, unless, of course, you're used to this, and this elementary "trick"
doesn't fool anyone at all. Or does it? No it doesn't. Right? Yes.