Since you have taken upon yourself to address me exactly twice, but each time you can do nothing but insult me personally, I’ve given you your own platform to tell the world why you think your petty insults are warranted.
In this thread and in this one, Cervaise poked her nose in - not to address any points made by either side mind you - but to insult me personally and without backing up any of her accusations.
In both of these threads my basic sentiment was that the OP overreacted. If you disagree, Cervaise, then by all means tell me so and then tell me why, but your sophomoric insults serve no purpose.
Hmmm what exactly have I said that makes you think I’m so ignorant? A quote, please. I remind you that a differing opinion, or even an unpopular one the SDMB, does not in the slightest imply lack of knowledge or education.
And this gem:
Nothing valuable to contribute. huh. Without focusing on my fair share of correct assertions in GQ, which brought me to this board in the first place, I have never offered a dissenting opinion for it’s own sake. That said, I contend that the simple fact that one exists is a valuable contribution. Is it better to have a group of people congratulating each other that they are all in agreement? I’m not the type of guy to merely fill space by jumping into a thread to say “me too!”, so I choose my battles carefully. I have opinions that I know people will disagree with, but they are my own true opinions.
You, on the other hand, seem to be following that “me too” mentality. As if, “Here is a newbie who has several people vocally disagreeing with him - what a great chance to show my solidarity and insult him personally without having to back it up.”
A Persecuted Dissenting Newbie, eh? Interesting, though unoriginal. You got the gender mix-up, which is good, but next time, try screwing up the coding here and there. Gives you a genuine newbie flair.
Personally, I’m hoping Cervaise wears his Batman costume this year. The Fred Flintstone just wasn’t him.
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