Is that a question? It sure looks like it is, but in English, when a question is asked, it is punctuated with a question mark.HOUTS said:Who teaches English here.
Anyone can make a typo. But when you're criticizing someone else's use of language while playing the "I teach English" card, obvious mistakes like that one make you look bad.HOUTS said:Yes, it was. Isn't that obvious? Ever hear of a typo? Can you see my question marks now?
No? So you're changing your mind about me losing bud? Even supposing that an "ADD kid" would spout out something random (the ones I've met didn't seem to have this tendency) and that my comment was like that, it would still not be incoherent.No, it's your stubborn attitude, commonly displayed among CPA, to defend regardless of "right" or "wrong". Your comment was like a ADD kid spouting out something random when two adults were having a conversation. You just want to turn your head and go "WTF?".
Sure, why not?In other words,in simplier terms, you didn't want to drop it or admit your sentence didn't fit the context of the conversation currently going on. Unless you are used to throwing quotes into forums at random spots.
Nonsense. Anyone who has ever read or seen the play would recognize it almost immediately and understand the context. Those who don't might be puzzled or ignore it. I suppose another option would be to whine about it being out of place, but so far only one person has found it worthwhile to do that. In any case, the quote I dropped in did have context, even if you didn't recognize it.You dropped in a "quote" without giving it any lead-in, any thought to people catching in on it, or realizing it had nothing to do with what was being said.
Something being incoherent doesn't rely on "quotation marks" but the context it is being used in.
I never said that my replies were witty. I hadn't considered them to be witty. But I guess that if I only compare them to your posts, they look rather witty...But, I am sure you'll reply trying to defend your statement. I know it. I feel it.
You must. You want to.
So, go on, reply with another "witty" reply about how right you are, how wrong I am.
I have also seen sarcasm used in debates. One tactic I don't see in debates is "you lose bud." I can't wait to visit some local debate teams with this new technique. Clearly my opponents will be powerless against me, as they have lost all bud they once had by the power of my super-secret HOUTS technology.I love the "almighty Houts" statement used. A very commonly used attack in an arguement/debate to justify his/her actions.
That doesn't make too much sense. Houts is funny. Or, maybe one's sense of humor doesn't quite flow in that vein. Like British humor or something. *shrug*sageridder said:[In my defence when the ballots were sent (back at the end of september) he had only posted 1 or 2 times and seemed like more of a fool instead of the oinkhole he turned out to be.So yeah at that time I did think it was funny]
Ah, I see. My mistake for taking the whole thing wrongly. I noticed that post about the same time the whole "A Friendly Chat with Houts" started and figured that was an originating post. I apologize for getting that in the wrong context.sageridder said:My post was to defend voting for danny cheung for fair trader.Read my whole post and a couple before it.