User talk:Cerejota

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I invite you to check the tone on your comments[edit]

I invite you to check the tone of your comments; you are starting to get very rude, and the use of disdaining acronyms is not to your credit. As to my education, I hardly think my knowledge of a specialized musical term is any indication of its quality except in the musical field, which I never claimed to have knowledge in. I hardly think that the Wikipedia article titled violin should be solely for music majors, though.--Prosfilaes 01:47, 31 December 2008 (UTC)

(I replied on his talk) You realize how insulting and condescending you sounded in your support, but specially on your reply? So I think you are disingenuous claiming I was rude. Was I condescending? Certainly, which is a natural response when condescended upon. I expect you, as a self-described highly educated English native speaker, are acquainted with the phrase "the pot calling the kettle black"? Well, that phrase certainly applies in this situation. Good day. --Cerejota 04:12, 31 December 2008 (UTC)
I know what "the pot calling the kettle black" means; it means that the user can't find any defense for their actions other than an ad hominem attack. I would like to object to your slanderous implications that I have something against you because of your native language; I think an objective reader could find no hint of that in my messages.--Prosfilaes 23:40, 2 January 2009 (UTC)
Object all you want, it will not make them any less truer (and I didn't imply it, I said it outright). And if you think an "objective reader" (if such a mythical beast exists outside of the land of invisible pink unicorns and flying spaghetti monsters) would side with you, your problems run deeper than I thought: you take your cultural presumptions and assumptions and assume them to be the criteria for objectivity: your confidence in the ability of such a beast to second you, and your appeals to an invisible actor are telling in their lopsidedness. Your condescension still doesn't cease to amaze. Live will and narrow minded, never walking a mile in anyone's shoes except yourself... Good day. --Cerejota 07:20, 3 January 2009 (UTC)