On Saturday, October 12, 2013 7:47:12 PM UTC-5, Hetware wrote: > On 10/8/2013 12:43 AM, Arturo Magidin wrote: > > > On Monday, October 7, 2013 7:52:32 PM UTC-5, Hetware wrote: > > > > >> Too late, I already have. I now realize I was asserting my > > >> assumptions > > >> > > >> in the wrong order. > > > > > > It wasn't a problem of order. The problem was that you were asserting > > > assumptions without warrant. > > > > > > > I can assert a function to be continuous,
You can assert anything you want, true. It doesn't stop you from being wrong for "asserting" what you should not be asserting without warrant.
In particular, functions are not "declared" to be continuous, they are not "assumed" to be continuous, and they are not "asserted" to be continuous.
Anyone who asserts a function is continuous is committing an error.
And no amount of sophistry, and no amount of empty, fatuous rethoric about "authority of mortals" and "mental slavery" will get you out of it.
You are pontificating out of a position of both ignorance and arrogance.
And I know you don't realize that; you've given ample evidence of this.
You know why you don't realize it?
Because you are a pompous, fatuous ignoramus.
> You quoted yourself and made claims about my responses, but cited none > > of those responses.
Because they were contained in the message in which you requested that I quote you.
Now you are just being dishonest
So. Ignorant. Pompous. And dishonest. The triple crown of the internet troll. Congrats.