Matthias wrote:I don't almost feel sorry for you; I feel genuinely sorry for you. You have to construct wild scenarios to keep the world spinning how you conceive it.
Hilarious to hear you accuse me of "constructing" anything.
DaShiz23 wrote:but if he needs to use the restroom, why throw him out if he needs to?
Exactly. And I'm sure he wasn't the first person to need to use the restroom during the song, and others have probably done it since this happened, yet he's the only one who was thrown out. There has to be more to this story than we're being told.
Matthias wrote:Actually, rereading it, I still don't. What's your question there exactly?
I was asking if you worded the poll the way it was worded on the site because the way you worded it didn't make the people responding to it sound too bright. I figured you typed it differently than what it was really posted as.
Anywho, this discussion has run its course. A guy disrupted a time of a remembrance ceremony for the victims of 9/11 and those affected by it, while on property he does not own, got thrown out, and is now suing. You think that's fine, I don't. The argument has reached sewer levels I don't care to swim in, so I am done with this thread.
And yes, I'm well-aware you won't let me walk away. You can't "win" the argument if you let me walk away.
Yes doctor, I am sick.
Sick of those who are spineless.
Sick of those who feel self-entitled.
Sick of those who are hypocrites.
Yes doctor, an army is forming.
Yes doctor, there will be a war.
Yes doctor, there will be blood.....