Comment: Whatever you say.

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Whatever you say.

I wrote:

"[...] your life achievements are greater than [...] 'the lie that is Jesus Christ'"

And now you say I wrote:

"[...] stack up [your] personal life achievements with that of the mythical character Jesus"

I didn't ask to compare yourself or your life to any "mythical" character. Or even a real one.

I asked you to give evidence from your experience as opposed to "the lie". I was talking about supposedly false information (about Jesus) that can be debunked by contrariwise facts from someone's experience.

And I am the one with short memory? I am the one putting words in others' mouths?

Okay. Really: AFAIC, it is WHATEVER you say, from this point on.

Keep calling people "jackass" and giving them lessons on arguments.

That will work.

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.


"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius