Posted: Jan 28, 2018 4:23 am
by SafeAsMilk
Keep It Real wrote:
SafeAsMilk wrote:
Keep It Real wrote:
SafeAsMilk wrote:
Yes, because that isn't what the word means. At any point, they could experience symptoms. If they were cured, they could not experience them. Is this really so difficult for you to understand?


Oh dear :doh:

Again, you have a funny way of acknowledging that you're unable to dispute what I said. Or do you really not grasp something so plain and straightforward?

It's peripheral semantic quibbling SAM.

I know, for you using two words with different meanings as if they were the same isn't a problem for you. This is a language issue that follows you around a lot.

If "no longer experiencing any symptoms - forever" is completely divorced from your definition of "cured" then, well, you need to chill the fuck out TBH.

There's a reason why those words mean different things, and there's a reason why you're trying to pretend they're the same. Maybe you should chill the fuck out and get over the fact that it's been demonstrated that you're wrong?