A sentence is but part of a bigger thing called a paragraph. When a reasonable person reads a paragraph they should take it in its entirety. Of that entire paragraph you keep parroting one sentence. Read pages 5 & 7.<quoted text>
Do show us all how this is seletive.
Did you say this:
New England, Illinois and Taxifornia are the only places I can't carry.
That is a complete sentence.
Explain how I am being "selective"- because I made you look the fool for posting it?
When you told us Maryland was a New England state... I wasn't suppose to call you on it?
Polly want a cracker?