Quote: You stupid moron: the "facebook" source is the Encyclopedic Britannica.<quoted text>
For people who speak English... what that means is if you were to go look for this quote, you would only find it in Wikipedia...
TRUE OR FALSE?
For people who speak English... what that means is your Facebook link is EB...
TRUE OR FALSE?
It only matters to you because it gave you the opportunity to bring up a red herring and run away from saying where you got the quote from.<quoted text>
The only thing that matter is you said this:
That is, you know, how red herrings work.
But you have. Instead of aiming for the goalposts that asked you to show where you got the quote from, you have brought up links to pastejobs to argue against something else.<quoted text>
Goalposts haven't moved
The soccer goalposts remain in place, on the pitch. You are on an ice hockey rink - deliberately - to avoid playing the same game as me.
I have no problem acknowledging that those links exist.<quoted text>
Him... why is it you don't want to acknowledge that there are other sources?
You, however, seem to have a problem acknowledging where you got the quote from. Why is that?
What you have to prove is that you got the quote from any source other than Wikipedia. Showing where you -could- have got it from does not answer the question.<quoted text>
Darling: the ONLY thing I have to prove is there is more than one source for the quote.
But then, you do not answer questions. Even if we play by your "yes or no" black-or-white rules.
Was your Facebook link really EB? Yes or no? Were you lying? Yes or no?