I felt like I had to make it absurd before you would understand it.That's a strange comparison but I understand why you are getting angry now. Embarrassment often leads to anger
And now, you're back to insulting me for exposing your poor conversation skills.
I've read enough of IANS posts that I can assume certain things safely. It would have been the same if your slander were directed at Scaritual or Wilderide, and probably others.Your own words gave you away. You said it fortuitous that it happened to be IANS the things you were objecting to was to. Why was it fortuitous that it was IANS and not some other poster if your desire is simply to oppose on the issues and not to defend a certain poster?
The trigger was when you call someone a liar and bigot based on your incorrect misrepresentation of that person's words. I would have jumped on that no matter who it was.
It was most fortuitous that it was IANS, because I know he's not going to let you off the hook. I don't know when I'll have time to post, so it's just nice to know that someone is going to be babysitting you.(That was a jab, by the way)
Does repetition make it true?The reason it was fortuitous is because you want to defend IANS every chance you get and this gave you what you see as an excuse.
It's almost like you're indoctrinating yourself.
You've incorrectly paraphrased me, and insulted me. Yet, I'm not even defending myself. I don't care. I hope you continue. It serves my purposes better if you do.Like I said, people (and often the same people) have been in equally similar exchanges with others in your group and you might once in a while respond once or not at all. But when someone confronts IANS than like clockwork here comes IANS Jr responding to every post not only to him but to IANS or about IANS. Heck you defend him more than he defends himself.
I do look up to him. So? You claiming some kind of obsession isn't just bordering on delusional, it is delusional. You need to stop this before it gets out of hand. And keep in mind, it serves my purposes better if you don't. I guess I haven't really decided yet if I want you to recognize your failures or not.Keep looking for those fortuitous opportunities to claim you are jumping in on merit and not out of a desire to defend IANS while disguising it as merit. And who knows, maybe one day you will be able to admit to yourself why it is so important to you to do this. I personally think you look up to him AND want his approval. I am simply suggesting you don't sacrifice your self-respect in pursuit of that goal
It's a good show either way.