"People like you" is saying "you"
. That's very basic.
Repeating your mistake doesn't change it. The noun "people
" describes a general group
. "People" was the subject of the sentence you're referencing, not you
. Like I said, learn basic sentence structure, dummy."Indeed, the import of your stupid post was to accuse me of being a Benedict conspiracist..."
Uh-oh... Jimmy's running for his thesaurus
in an attempt to sound educated. This is always fun. :D
No. The 'import' was to show that you can't get your stories straight and change them according to the circumstances
. That was the 'import', since you're using the term. Maybe you should use a dictionary
and look it up before using it. :D"like the ones who think Benedict is a prisoner."
...and by acknowledging I drew a comparison between two separate sources
, as you just did
saying, "like the ones who think"
you again admit I did not accuse YOU personally.
My focus was on your inability to stick with a single narrative."It's a simile to discredit me by accusing me of being something you disdain."
Whoo... a simile. :D
You really are
.....annnnd... you don't know what a simile is either.
A simile (using "like" or "as") is a piece of figurative language drawing an interesting and direct parallel. Every comparison using "like"
is not a simile... dummy.
In the context I used "like" it was an equivalence
As for discrediting you... you're doing a fab job discrediting yourself
. With just a little guiding help from me. ;-)"I have an MA in English.":D
Cool story, bro. Sure
And mayhaps you can slap a time-stamped post-it on it and take a photo of yo' Masters unredacted
to prove that right? No? Excuses? It's in storage? Too busy? Some moar BS???
Then your claim has about as much weight as all your other personal
If you genuinely did
have one ( an MA in English, that is) you'd show a greater appreciation of nuance
. Either that or your MA isn't worth the paper it's printed on."You should've learned all this in 4th grade, though."
Funny you should mention it. That's where I learned "without" was one
word, and not two
in the context you
used them. :D
...a shockingly simple error for a guy claiming a MA in English no less."For example, I could say you're like Liberace, which would be me accusing you of being a flamboyantly gay pianist."
Yes, you could
. Unfortunately, I wouldn't fall into such an easy gambit the way YOU did."But that would be wrong because you need to be smart to be a pianist."
A pianist needs talent
. and effort.www.sbs.com.au/news/keys-to-success…
Intelligence aka being "smart" or even professional education aren't necessary criteria. You see? Even when you try to be a wit
, you fail miserably."Wrong, stupid, and cowardly. The unholy trinity of the douche. That's you kid."
Every time you get butthurt at losing, you resort calling me a "kid". Douche is a new one for you.
No surprise, it's moar big talk from a classic internet tough-guy. Gotta love "cowardly" from the guy who backed down
when it was time to start trading time-stamped photos. ;-)
It's also an ad hominem fallacy from a guy who's claiming to have a Master's Degree in English no less.. Bravery is no prerequisite for demonstrating your errors -including the one you just made.
Are you still laughing? ;-)