You're making the kittens nervous. It was slang, and mine was just as valid as yours (both expressions rooted in competitiveness). I wasn't nitpicking typos, otherwise I would not have used the term "quotemine" in the first place.<quoted text>what's a "quotemine?"
And it's "called you out on." If you're going to resort to nit-picking typos, at least clean your own yard, first.
A quotemine is taking words out of context or omitting some words so as to alter their original meaning in order to support an opposing argument. It's a form of dishonesty, something which liar for Jesus Tzar is guilty of in spades.
For instance, Psalm 14:1 states: "The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God."
If I were to say the Bible says "There is no God", my claim would be true, but taking it out of context as I have omitted nearby text which clarifies the statement.