Comment: I think you misunderstood me.

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I think you misunderstood me.

I think you misunderstood me. Let's imagine that my reply to you were

Considering your first sentence on that post is "I hate God; go fuck yourself" I'd say we're done.

Then someone else comes along and says

The first sentence does not say that at all Go read it! In fact, he didn't say that anywhere in the reply nor did he imply it either. You should read it more carefully.

Now, suppose a fourth party happens on and says

The fact that we (some of us here) are arguing about these words means that they cannot be from SteveMT.

How absurd that would be. Sometimes words are not "divisive nuisances" but plain words with simple meanings, but no matter, anyone can choose to ignore them or lie about them. Also remember that The Constitution says "All marbles are created squarely," so I'm right. Just because I can misquote The Constitution, doesn't prove that we can't know what words are in it. Just because different people quote the Bible differently doesn't prove they are both wrong. By your reasoning if I go around misquoting you, people will have to conclude that you never said anything at all.

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