And what does that have to do with the definition of tolerance?When I said that I could sympathize with people but not tolerate their behaviors, you said that sympathy was the same as respect.
Oh, so you came into this thread with an agenda. You felt I was making up words, even though I had a source for my definitions. And you felt it was your duty to come in and argue about how I am such a "hypocrite". This from a person who rejected the actual definition of "analogy" because you didn't like an analogy I used.Now in this thread, you have the audicity to accuse others of making up definitions to words without regard for word meanings, which is seems sort of hypocritical based on our previous discussion.
It usually doesn't affect trolls.Your continued use of the word troll does not affect me one way or the other.
And I provided my own definitions from a dictionary, which you outright ignored, and then had the audacity to accuse me of making up.I could easily have sympathy for someone I didn't respect and I gave you an example. Furthermore I have already given you my definition of sympathy from the dictionary itself, which you disagreed with, saying sympathy meant respect instead. You said it was mere semantics.
I have nothing else to say, as your behavior speaks for itself and you know it.