BUMP to show that, though it is a completely different subject, every Herald argument follows the exact same pattern. Why? Because normal people, when conversing, do not assume that they are testifying under oath. Herald, however, swoops in and creates an argument, at which point people, becoming increasingly more frustrated, can carefully research and explain their points, but Herald doesn't care, he will latch on to something someone mistakenly said earlier in the conversation, and, like a pitbull, he will never let go of that, and no other points can be made in the argument. Did you mistakenly say "December" instead of "November"? Well then, you meant December, now and forever, dammit.
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