I answer and cover quite a lot of questions, whether it be the same day or the next day and I ignore foolish posts. Also, we live 12,000 miles apart, so timing is different.Yes I was asking about the norm, and as it turns out, BMZ said the norm is around 6:30 or so, just like it is most everywhere else. Let me fill you in on what I was actually getting at, since you don't read between the lines very well. I will be as careful and explicit as possible, as I now realize that you need that so that you don't get confused.
I was asking about whether that was the norm in Singapore because it seemed odd for someone to be eating dinner at that time, although certainly not impossible. The reason why I asked is that BMZ has a habit of leaving when he is asked the right questions and his own logic starts to corner him. The reason why he does this, is that if he comes back the next day, which is exactly what he did, rather than coming back after his dinner, then there will be tons more posts added to dilute the conversation, and he hopes that people will forgot about the specific questions he was asked and the position he found himself in. And that is exactly what he did yesterday, once again. And if you notice, when he came back today, he did not pick things up where they were left off. This is so the issue just kind of disappears so that nobody sees that he couldn't answer the specific questions put to him.
So this is why I asked why it was such a late dinner because dinner time just so happened to be when his logic was just starting to paint him into a corner. He might have actually been having dinner at that time, but given what he always does when the heat gets turned up, I suspected that he was actually leaving for the night, for the exact reasons I mentioned above, and had no intentions at all of returning right after dinner, even though he said he would.
This is so that the issues he was being specifically asked about, melt away in the midst of multiple posts that other people make later. It's a typical tactic, and he has many of them. One would think that when he returned today, the first thing he would do is to pick things up exactly where they were left off, but he didn't and he never does, unless he thinks he actually has a good answer. But if he doesn't, he picks up somewhere else and continues on as though the hard questions were never even asked to him. And he doesn't think that people will notice it.
That is about as detailed and clear as I can possibly explain it to you.
For example, I was burning midnight oil for some very important emails to be sent and I hammered in a few replies before going to bed.
So, please correct yourself.