@jezer: Yeah. Read my posts. In my first post I asked you to clarify, I never said you had to say one of the two options I gave you. In my second post I said (direct quote), "That's the only reason I can think of for why you won't just flat out tell me what you are." Once again, I never said "which of the two options," I'm asking what you are, what's your stance besides "thoroughly refuting the most foolish point of view"?
Eh, I don't know why people try argue obvious things with me....
@jezer: I'm either too tired or too lazy to read because I'm not sure if you're one of 'em "f*ck the police" fellows or just someone that thinks this was too far.
Care to clarify?
When you say "I don't know if you're A or just B", the part where you say "or just" indicates one is trying to speculate something and giving options by process of elimination. The "just" after the or narrows that proceeding option to the final option. Examples: I don't know if he's insane or just a mad genius. I don't know if he's lying or just doesn't know what he's talking about. The "or just" implies a sort of final explanation/option.
If there were more options, a person would say "I don't know if you're A or B". There would be no "just" after the "or".
My response is that it can't be simplified like that(A or just B).
Your response is...
@jezer: So you're one 'em "f*ck the police" guys, eh? That's the only reason I can think of for why you won't just flat out tell me what you are.
...to ignore me saying it can't be simplified, and say that if I don't tell you, the only option that makes sense is one of those two options. Further seemingly implying that there are no other options.
Anyways, to answer you, I don't care enough to make a "stance" beyond everything I've already said.