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Re^10: What is "aggressive" argument?by BrowserUk (Pope)
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you are now putting words into my mouth that are the exact opposite of what I've explicitly said ...
... willfully misrepresenting other things I've said ("By their standards, even just telling someone they are wrong--even if they are--is a 'personal attack'.")
Re-read this thread. Did not at least one person in it suggest that "Telling someone they are wrong" is a personal attack?
... even accusing me of sock-puppetry. Ok, while typing this I realised that it's possible you were referring to the other T
Possible? Even likely? Even absolutely, unmistakably, (oh! And correctly!), not accusing you of that.
You've just confirmed everything I've been saying.
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