« on: May 31, 2012, 12:10:44 AM »
Anti, calling someone names is abusive. Therefore calling someone a troll is abusive. Do you follow my reasoning? I hope that's not an overload.
I "chose to re-interpret [your] statement literally." How was I supposed to interpret it? Was I supposed to ignore the nonsense pervading the literal context and only consider the irrational, whiny emotional undertones?
To correct you again, some people with more than 2 brain cells may in fact believe that law and entertainment have nothing to do with each other; people can be incredibly ignorant. Consequently, when I don't know you and I read your silly post for the first time, I have no reason to assume that you aren't as ignorant and/or stupid as your post reads.
The basics of writing in English stipulate that your words be intelligible when interpreted literally if you want people to understand you. Let me know if that's not clear - I'm willing to work with you on this.
Your ability to communicate effectively in writing evinces your quality as a legal practitioner and advisor to prospective students. The kids here better listen up.
I would explain to you how an education in entertainment can create a similar amount of debt, but I'm afraid that informing you will lead you to actually back up your claims in the future with evidence, instead of just shooting from the hip - something that would take away much of the 'charm' that made your original post so much fun to tear apart.