I don't care if you do or don't, but much of what you've been saying demonstrates that you don't, despite your claims otherwise. Again, that's fine.
But I point out again: Since you find my style of argument tiresome, then there's no reason for you to want me submitting such an argument to you on a regular basis. If you think the food is terrible, don't ask for a larger portion; that's idiocy.
I can't believe I'm being drawn into an argument about this.
Just because I find arguing with you tedious doesn't mean that I wouldn't find an organized debate involving you and someone else interesting.
Here's why. In a debate column, there is a finite space for the argument. Say, for instance, you each made three points, and rebutted three points. You'd all have a finite space to get your thoughts in. You'd work to get your thoughts as concise and organized as possible in order to be effective at getting them across in that space.
On the other hand, when you argue on the forum, it goes on forever and ever and ever until the other people just give up. There's no conclusion, no payoff, no end in sight. That's what I find tiresome about it.
I think a debate, such as the VS. you participated in which, again, was very good, would be a much more effective use of your "talents."
But whatever. You will continue to argue with me about even this.