Perhaps you should not take everything you read completely and totally literally? Refer you back to my repeated (alas) point about understanding what you actually read. Plainly not dealing with a fan of Peter Cook, Private eye MP etc here. Or is one dealing with another yet case of dishonesty - faux naivity?Tiompan wrote:Made up =fantasy with nothing to support it .
"But to one who considers he cannot make errors" is an example , where did I say that ?
Read what is said e.g. "Where did I say something wrong about ...." , "I'm more than happy to be informed of errors"
You have only highlighted your own dishonesty , proven by evidence / quotes , whilst failing to provide what you claim is dishonesty .
Abuse and no supporting evidence are common bedfellows .
Your dishonesty was proven beyond reasonable doubt by your childish fibs about visiting sites and exhibitions. These were easily proved to be false. It raises immediate questions about other things you say.Inasmuch as one can actually work out what you are saying, often there are so many non sequiturs (eg I have friends in the Isle of Sheppey - ripping!) that it is anyone's guess.
Abuse and lies are pretty close friends too aren't they.Abuse and no supporting evidence are common bedfellows .
To avoid indulging in both may I urge you to take a little time to read a posting carefully before jumping up and down proclaiming someone is wrong and squarking for irrelevant evidence?