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#Actualjbadams

Posted 29 October 2012 - 02:54 AM

uart777:
You're perfectly welcome to respond to anything you like, the only thing people have been objecting to is the fact that you continually raise off-topic points. You decided to start talking about assembly in a completely unrelated topic, and when you were challenged part of your response was to randomly show some art, of all things.

Stop being such a drama queen -- you can respond to anything you like -- in return however you will have to respect the fact that other users may also respond to you, and will call you on it when you make false claims of your own such as insisting that only one pixel format is "correct". You should also learn to recognise a joke or sarcasm and not post lengthy serious responses to them, which you've done more than once now.


But you know what... this is all still off topic, and it isn't helping the original poster -- who isn't currently interested in learning assembly -- or anyone else. You can respond to whatever points you like, but start a new topic rather than dragging this one any further off course.


Any further responses to this topic must be on-point responses that are genuinely intended to help the original poster. Anyone wanting to continue a discussion of assembly should start a new topic -- you may post a link to it if you like.

: : Corrected a typo


#1jbadams

Posted 29 October 2012 - 02:53 AM

uart77y:
You're perfectly welcome to respond to anything you like, the only thing people have been objecting to is the fact that you continually raise off-topic points. You decided to start talking about assembly in a completely unrelated topic, and when you were challenged part of your response was to randomly show some art, of all things.

Stop being such a drama queen -- you can respond to anything you like -- in return however you will have to respect the fact that other users may also respond to you, and will call you on it when you make false claims of your own such as insisting that only one pixel format is "correct". You should also learn to recognise a joke or sarcasm and not post lengthy serious responses to them, which you've done more than once now.


But you know what... this is all still off topic, and it isn't helping the original poster -- who isn't currently interested in learning assembly -- or anyone else. You can respond to whatever points you like, but start a new topic rather than dragging this one any further off course.


Any further responses to this topic must be on-point responses that are genuinely intended to help the original poster. Anyone wanting to continue a discussion of assembly should start a new topic -- you may post a link to it if you like.

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