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Appreciate the opinion oh wise one, but who did you say you were again in the realm and scheme of all that is, not to mention in my life?
Oh yes, one man with one opinion like the rest of the FREE world, lol.
At least my comments, whatever you coin them, were pursuant to the topic at hand and never berated anyone at any time, hence the fact that people were engaging them within the lines of the topic at hand.
So thank you for falling off topic and forcing me to do so as well.
I apologize gang for this individuals rudeness, as well as my own subsequent retort.
Now, shall we all continue to play nice or just be insultingly regressive?
Damn man. It's a conversation, not the end-all, be-all. Chill yo lmao.....That's what happens when pretentious self-importance rules the mindsets of those who think theirs is the only one that counts.
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You can continue this off-topic discussion if you want, but it might be easier to just forget about it. If you do, please be very careful to be be as nice as possible.
Remember, ad hominem arguments are strictly disallowed, and I won't have any pity or mercy for people who do not try to be as nice and polite as possible.
In the future, try to stay on-topic in threads. If you want to branch into an off-topic discussion, simply start a new thread instead. You can always post a link in the old thread to the new thread.
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