amanfromMars 1 Sat 18 Mar 16:55  ….. shares more info on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/03/17/miles_guo_charged/
Re: Too easily fooled to be thought an honest broker of correct information or dodgy intelligence?
Surely not incorrect, the one in the corner, for it certainly was a case of the man being tackled rather than the ball played, no matter what colour glasses one would be wearing.
But no matter, it is not important whenever so easily ignored.
maybe amanfromMars1 actually self-identifies as a live haddock, which could explain so much! …… the one in the corner
Now that I can advise and assure you is a load of codswallop. 🙂
amanfromMars 1 Sun 19 Mar 09:54  …… draws a virtual red line under a skirmish on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2023/03/17/miles_guo_charged/
More than just ChatGPTs entertain delivery of dangerous hubristic input/output, however …*
Ok, so be it, that one in the corner.
We will have to be pleased to agree to disagree with specific regard to the validity of the defence offered for the nonsensical sentence ….”Never mind chatgpt, a drunken monkey flailing at a keyboard with a live haddock in each hand is better than that textual effluvium.” …. in the paragraph ….
Which says that the *content* of your first message is textual effluvium and we could get better *content* by hiring a fish-obsessed simian. There was nothing in that which said anything at all about your character, your motives or any other attribute you may or may not possess, beyond the point that the *content* you produced was low quality, In case you had not realised, dismissing the entire *content* of your message includes dismissing “the substance of the argument itself”, as well as the way that the substance was expressed. You may – or may not – recognise the phrase “the substance of the argument itself” from the definition of “ad hominem” that you provided.
* ….. Que sera, sera. C’est la vie.