Re: correct English usage
On Thu, 5 Apr 2012 00:00:02 +0100
Lisi <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Wednesday 04 April 2012 21:36:39 Cybe R. Wizard wrote:
> > > Another personal attack, putting words in my mouth (I never said
> > > that I was perfect) and then refuting them. I believe that there
> > > is a term for that. Like your ad hominem attack above, that is a
> > > sign of one who is loosing an argument.
> > +1
> No, it is a sign that I did not want to debate with Dotan off-list.
> He tries to win by steam-rollering me and I have no desire to repeat
> the experience. Hopefully, he will now leave me alone. But I though
> that off-list post on this list was not supposed to be published
> on-list without the express agreement of the sender?
On-list or off, your method is as he has described it. If your wish is
to not engage in either argument or discussion then.. don't engage.
Indeed, it seems that you use the same or similar method here as you
have not before mentioned any off-list messages to you, even in your
response to him.
Cybe R. Wizard
“disingenuous at best and outrageous at worst.”