Well, I'm not sure how to communicate what I meant to you, then. I most certainly wasn't going "LOL I AM RIGHT FOREVER SWAG YOLO *()u034u2905u40925uj40!1111" or whatever. That wasn't what I was thinking.
Also, I'm not saying that you said "fuk U" anywhere. I'm pointing out the fact that some people get too insulted to bother reading a person's points at all, and that when people do this it's just as bad as a person with no points going off and spewing **** everywhere.
I really don't know why you're getting this, given that what I said was based on a particular thing. It's annoyingly easy to take someone else's words into a completely different context, and while I won't accuse you of using strawman fallacy just yet, I'm convinced you're deliberately interpreting my words to mean that I actually believe that other people are entirely wrong forever because of one thought.
"And yes, I do believe you are stupid if you think that Homeworld 2's balance was anything but horrid. You are free to try and change my mind via showing me points and evidence and such and such. Just in case it appears that I'm backpedaling or something like that."
So yes, while I agree my words above can be interpreted as being outrageous douchebaggery, I wasn't trying to say "people are wrong forever because reasons", I was saying that the thought that HW2's balance was good is a stupid one. The "I do believe you are stupid" thingy however I will admit does not express what I was saying properly. I should have instead put, "If you think that HW2's balance was good, I think you should take a step back and ponder how stupid/think more about what you just said/is." so it wouldn't come out as "You are a very unintelligent person." Now, again, I am not saying that you are completely stupid and cannot give a valid point. I am saying that this thought in particular is stupid in my opinion.
I'm starting to think that you're getting all strawmanny on me, given your reaction, which quite frankly pisses me off. You probably won't, but if you are using strawman fallacy here, I'm going to have to ask you stop.