Different question. The context is not even similar. You want to go through all your responses to see hoe often you shorted someone on an answer. Was it on a beginner thread such as this one.
This was a beginners question about a particular possible outcome from using creatine. All I suggested was you expound on your r esponse so the guy knew where you were coming from.
Why the in depth investigation about each of my responses. Can you never be questioned?
I too have read through some of your responses and the central theme seems to be your answers are the end-all-be-all. Don’t dare question a Zeb response. If you even took the time to read my response, it was quite similar to yours. I just wanted you to explain it so it gives him more evidence to sift through as he comes up with a decision.
By the way, re. that particular answer to that particular post was very much the same as most responded. He took a class-didn’t want to analyze his own diet? then asked about submitting a fake diet for calculations and analization. [/quote]
I never stated that “anything was wrong” with your response did I? I simply stated that it was not a direct answer to his question, which is what you accused me of doing. Seems that when you find it appropriate you don’t answer direct questions. So, who appointed you judge on this thread?
That particular question and answer of yours was tipped to me by another member, by the way. When I read it I thought it was pretty funny given the way you had responded to my response.
Keep this in mind, it’s not me who questioned you first. It was you who questioned me. Someone did not respond the way that you liked to a poster? Seems that you have the ego problem my friend! Were you appointed monitor of the board? No, I guess not. In the above case you became a “self proclaimed monitor.”
I have helped many people on this forum and understand that with every question there will probably be multiple replys (not always). In this case I want to be the voice of reason relative to putting in the hard work with the big movements. In your case, when you did not answer the question directly you were pointing out the posters obvious desire for someone else to do his work. That too was appropriate.
As to your direct comment: “Don’t dare question a Zeb response.” I think by now we know that no one is beyond reproach, all can make mistakes, myself included. In the past when I have been wrong, I have apologized. In this case I am correct in my response, just as you were when you did not directly answer the posters question. Sometimes an answer can question the premise of the question.
It seems you too, by the question asked by “Bootsie,” do not always answer a direct question. The fact that some others agreed with you on that thread is irrelevant. Would your advice been any less correct if you had someone hijack the thread, as you did here, and attempt to question the answer given? No, I suppose it would not have meant much. Neither does your needless interruption on this thread mean much either. It only proves that you acted in a very hypocritical manner!