I guess I'll have to apologize for misuse of the word 'right'. I understand why I had said that and I do not intend to make the same mistake, and I should have worded my posts a bit better than I have. But anyhow, there are issues to be solved.
"I think teh mane man should bone up on 'teh anglesh lanquach' though, or stick to a simpler style of writing. The 'I desperately want to sound intelligent' thing gets tedious pretty fast"
It gets tedious when you have no substantial evidence of your conclusion with my writing ability. Your post consists of nonsensical drivel.
"You're an idiot! How can anyone actually contradict the dictionary and common sense so stubbornly!"
I think I should have replaced 'right' with 'ability'. Of course, since I used the words 'right' and 'ability', I don't think I could have defended my definition of rights with different wording.
People often do things that they do not intend to do at times. At one time or another, mistakes can be evaded from thinking about the decisions you make for a few seconds instead of acting on instinct.
Only a fool wants to hear the echo of his own voice.
The possible pain, suffering and sacrifice of discovery are by no means an excuse to remain ignorant.
The bartering of things sought earned are by a means which only little men can abide by and hope to achieve.