No, it's quite alright. Like Obsidian's post, it's just nice to read other thoughts and opinions (especially yours; you don't post much but I love the candid demeanor of your posts). Besides, I don't really mind if people don't argue in good faith (I have a decent eye of spotting it anyway) because I will always try to argue in good faith. It's good thing to do in general, and my dog really is my spirit animal, and so I'm using him as my model for debate. Basically, just a quiet, steady resistance as I argue my points; there is a 50 post tangent in the movie thread as testament to that (my dog is adorable; when he wants attention, he won't whine or anything but he will come over and just keep on nudging you and your hand and attempt to climb in your lap. Love that rascal). Besides, I feel we are now entering the "wheels stuck in the mud", "nuh-uh. Yeah-huh" phase of the debate so I'm probably not sticking around too much longer. I feel like I made my points rather well (for once, surprisingly).Well like I said, you're free to do what you want, I'm not telling you to stop, it's not like I'm any better when I'm technically talking about that right now, so feel free to carry on for as long as you want just saying to not expect much from this @Dwarvenhobble doesn't engage in these conversations in good faith as far as my experiences go.