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Re^9: What is "aggressive" argument? (errors)by tye (Cardinal)
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Let's do the link less coyly, Re^3: Is Using Threads Slower Than Not Using Threads? (Deliberate errors). Your "Deliberate errors" accusation is factual incorrect.
But I won't migrate that argument to a different thread nor will I respond to such a childish remark in that thread. (Your conclusions regarding that node are entertaining as an example of stretching conjecture to extremes.)
I'm not sure where you dreamed up a "moral crusade", but I am not having one. I tried to have a technical conversation, you chose to do something else, I've tried a few times to explain. I don't even see much having to do with morals there.
From elsewhere in this thread:
Please--suspend your disbelief for just 2 minutes--go back read the whole post again in the light that I was not attempting to insult you.
Ah, that'd be a nice exercise. You should try it.
Based on the ramping up of the paranoid remarks, I doubt you can pull it off at this point, though. Frankly, that makes me sad. It seems you may think that I (and others) are "out to get you" (even on a crusade against you). I am not. I say that sincerely, though I doubt you will be capable of believing it any time soon.