Every time you misquote someone and twist their words into something they don’t mean or intend, you are showing your own bias and prejudice (besides pissing them off and being totally annoying). The most current example you gave:
Meade wrote:Yeah. Watch it, Mr. Bogart - city2countrygal (who apparently moved 2 the country to get away from, ahem, the, you know, wink wink, urban blight of the city) just might sneak up and put her amazing magic bullshit detector on you.
Did I ever say I moved to the country to escape urban blight? Anything similar to that, ever? I would never, and if you knew anything about me, that thought would not cross your mind. Second time now I’ve asked you to find a quote I’ve said, and you can’t come up with anything except your own misinterpretations.
I’m confident in my own thought processes. What I have a difficult time with though, is following any of your logic. Even when I ask you to explain, you can’t. You just turn it back around on me. So how long do you want to play this game?
T.I. wrote:Gotta problem with me [Meade] just say it
We can play it how you want to play it
Urban blight my ass.