Thank You for providing that link. It not only shows that I was accurate when I copied and pasted, removed the Quote marks and added IANS said, It also shows the your comment, in context, in it's entirety. Proving that when you responded to my comment, also shown at the link you provided, indicating you had never said anything like that, you knew you were not telling the truth. And it shows that you are still being deceptive. For this link proves that I didn't leave anything out, for your entire post is just above my comment. Nice try though. And it is not a problem. In the fun of the back and forth, we can all get a bit off track from time to time.<quoted text>
Now I see what you mean. I wrote those words, but they are not my sentiments. The last time you posted it, you left out the "What would you think of this answer" part. That's a pretty important omission. It changes my meaning in exactly the same way as reproducing "I would never say that I don't love my wife" as "I don't love my wife."
By the way, this is the link to that showing both how I posted it in the quote above and how you reproduced it
I hadn't reread my post that you had quoted to realize what you had done, and I didn't recognize the words. I just knew that they misrepresented my opinion. My apologies for any part I may have played in the confusion.
Is this the "game" that you didn't want to play? It was necessary to clear up the confusion that resulted from your reposting words that I didn't recognize out of context.
Again, have a great day IANS :)