Dear Sea Sorbust:
You are an imbecile.
Normally, this does not bother me. The world is full of imbeciles, after all.
Unfortunately, you have made the decision, of your own unfortunately free will, to exploit your imbecility by laying waste to General Questions, the forum description for which reads, in part:
[sup]Source: The front page of the SDMB, emphasis added.[/sup]
You have dumped your imbecility upon our most hallowed of Forums in the manner of a monkey throwing feces at his cruel but well-meaning scientist caretakers. As if to say, “I care not, dear fellow lifeforms, about the Greater Good and the sacrifices we must all make to Fight Ignorance. I choose instead to follow the other path, that of the Fighting Ignorant.”
To explain how I came to this conclusion, please allow me to quote you.
[sup]Source:What does the SAS do?[/sup]
When confronted with something known as a “fact” regarding this baseless and vapid claim, namely that no American four star generals died during WWII, you proceeded to backpedal at a furious rate. You looked like a film of Chris Carmichael accidentally threaded upside-down and backwards by an absent minded projectionist.
Study of the backpeddling tactics is left as an exercise for the reader.
Here is another example of the mindless and only somewhat readable conspira-rant that Mr. Sorbust has blessed us with in General Questions, quoted in its entirety:
[sup]Source:Who Creates new Cabinet Positions?[/sup]
Again, when presented with numerous corrections, debunkings, and proofs to the opposite, (the first of which – I must struggle to maintain my humility – was posted by me) you didn’t even bother to backpeddle. Instead, knowing inside that your foray into Constitutional Law had led to thorough and spectacular failure, you decided to completely ignore the excellently cited (if I do say so myself, blush) evidence provided by me and the estemmed Mr. pldennison, and stooped to uttering unprintable profanities in the middle of the house of our most sacred of intellectual pursuits: Fighting Ignorance.