Frankly, Robert I think that's a pretty over-the -top response.
You are the only person on the internet with the perfect storm of characteristics that has ever made me use an ignore feature.
I had absolutely no idea I was so terrible till now!
The worst of the worst!
(Did you hear that hawkeye? Even worse than you! )
I've told you that after years of never being able to find ways to agree to disagree with you without a lot of unwanted drama, I'd rather just avoid it altogether
"A lot of unwanted drama"?
I'd call it something different.
You know what, Robert?
Seeing as you've decided to go "personal" in your criticisms :
I've found your posts to this particular thread
I've actually felt a little embarrassed
for you because you are so out of touch with all the easily accessible information out there ... if you cared to look. Which you obviously haven't.
I had actually decided to lay off you, for that reason.
I'm very disappointed in this particular post of yours, because often I've actually [agreed[/i] with you, in so many of your other
posts. Especially your political posts.
But on this particular issue I think you've lost the plot.
Why do you insist on talking to someone who has repeatedly expressed robust disinterest in doing so?
A2K is about debate, at least part of the time , yes?
Anyone can comment on another person's comment, yes?
That's what I've done in response to your comments here, on this thread.
Is that OK with you?
And on this
particular issue I think you're wrong, say nothing of poorly informed & biased.
I couldn't care less if it was you
or anyone else here who has said what you've said on this thread. Nothing personal, but I totally disagree with your arguments. And I don't think you've backed up your arguments credibly.
Robert, what exactly is the point of discussion/debate on this site when a person who disagrees with your perspective has to deal with this sort of personal
response/attack from you to what they've said?
As I'd say to anyone else ... that is no substitute for a plausible counter-argument.