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    Post Concrete Proof

    "There is not enough specific proof."
    "There is not enough concrete proof."

    How is "specific" different from "concrete" here?

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    Re: Concrete Proof

    Please go away.

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    Re: Concrete Proof

    And while we're wasting each other's time, why can there be 'bomb-proof concrete' but not 'concrete-proof bombs'

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