I have a master's degree in Linguistics, I know what reading is.
I never argued Wendler's training philosophy or his principles. I showed that what he said not to be in the book actually is in the book, any children can read it, it's fucking there. "Here's what your training day should look like: 531 sets with PR, then joker sets, then FSL". Then people come and say "no, it's not like that, you can't do that and you probably can't read".
I'm sorry I really read the book and pointed you to the pages of said book where it's written the things you deny to be there.
Let me paste that part here again, in case you didn't see it yet: "This is how you would break up yout training day: warm-up barx5 reps, 135x5 reps, 185x5 reps, 235x5 reps, 285x3 reps, 335x1 rep, 350x3 reps, 400x3 reps, 450x5 reps (PR set); Take 5-10 minute break, 500x3 reps, 525 for 1 rep [I suppose these are joker sets]; take 5 minutes break, 3-5 sets of 8 reps at 350 [these are FSL sets]". So I'm not answering any of you again if you do not have something better to say than "you can't read", right? I can read, I can comprehend really well, I can even copy and paste the parts of the book saying what I claim to be there. Can you?