I'm not arguing snood. Not at all.
I was explaining that MI can be painful to a greater or lesser extent, or not at all.
It was a direct answer to what you said, which was "I heard heart attacks were painful as hell". Period.
I gave a 2 word response.
You continued, not me, and asked me about if this was personal experience.
I imagined when you asked me you wanted a response. My answer was to show that yes I do have personal experience with this. Then I followed it up with information that you or others might find useful/informative/educational.
Your original statement was "I heard heart attacks were painful as hell"
You said nothing about "sometimes they do, sometimes they don't" at that point.
If you want to amend that statement later, then claim I'm arguing when your statement hadn't yet come up, who's making endless commentary and keeping this up? I was good with leaving it at "not necessarily".
Sometimes you just drop dead before you even know what happened to you. I wouldn't mind that, unless I were driving a car or something, and would end up hurting or killing someone else. Then again, I wouldn't know because I'd be dead.
Someone makes a comment about let's say a movie, and you know that may not be correct, and say so. Then you go on to explain the point, and give examples. Do you expect the other person to tell you that you're arguing?