1. One who officially belongs to a group.
2. A limb. 3. The penis.
4. (logic) One of the propositions making up a syllogism.
5. (set theory) An element of a set.
6. (computing, programming) In object-oriented programming, a function or piece of data associated with each separate instance of a class.
Well... Here's a little song to the member!
Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come
Your impressive ability with rare languages of the Celtic group is not matched by your ability to correctly determine when smileys are being deployed for ironic purposes. This is for your further information
The "digression into discussing your opponent's percieved type" method of argumentation, otherwise known as the "Red Herring" is so last year's fashion. Please try to keep up with current trends and apply your disputative skills to the actual issue under discussion, and only dress it in a layer of type where it's actually of demonstrable relevance. Otherwise you'll never be invited to any of the best forum parties, and people will start laughing at you behind your back as you post past them.
Everyone loves to play the role of the critic; it's the easiest role to play. When criticism is constructive, it is insightful, helpful, and meaningful. When it is nonconstructive, it is demeaning, immature, and truly without meaning for all involved (i.e. no one learns anything) - this is always a bad thing. Try to be constructive, even if only for yourself. This is true, regardless of what you think of the character of the person that points this out.
I don't know what your issue with me is or why you insist on always engaging with me in a really self important and smug manner, but it's kind of offensive... I TRY to be nice and understanding and you're one of the few people I've encountered who seems to think that it's not enough... were I a porcupine you would make my spines stand on end.
Please back off... I never tried to start anything with you and I don't get why you seem so happy to attack me
p.s. you don't seem to be doing yourself any favor with your approach either, so this warning is for your own good on the PR front
by the way... I'm not talking about anyone who's posted here within recent history!
Human beings make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to invent boredom? -Terry Pratchett