Well now I don’t feel like you really want me to “have a wonderful day” See? I understand sarcasm! Maybe someday you will too. Especially the first time you read a piece.
The sad part is, I don’t even disagree with many of your points. The problem I have is that you could’ve started a conversation in your first response but you chose not to approach it that way, you chose to be condescending. It’s too bad, too, since I have actual proof of you being nice and mature. But I guess that’s only when you want something, like a quote for “your” book. Remember when you liked my writing? I do! Oddly enough it looks like you deleted that request—this afternoon as a matter of fact. What are you afraid of? Don’t worry, I still have it. And I didn’t even need the Russians to find it!
Also? #6 is a line from a Taylor Swift song. Good god, you “called” me on a line from a Taylor Swift song. What’s the sound of one hand trying to high five itself?
That’s sarcasm for you! Even those daffy Millennials you’re so worried about (since we’re generalizing so hard right now), understand that much. In the meantime, don’t worry about my vote. And please Jesus stop trying to “convince” other people about how to vote. I guarantee your particular approach is likely having the opposite effect.