way I see it she called you out for something you said, you argued your corner then conceded you were wrong or ďditsyĒ so I dunno how youíre the victim.
ďIgnorance was the least of my problems when I thought what I did and posted the definition of jive. Ditzy is absolutely the best description of pregnant brains with swinging blood sugar. ď
If she simply ďcalled me outĒ that would be one thing. If I claimed to be a victim - that would be another.
But my actual point was this:
She reported feeling depressed after calling me a racism apologist for defending his usage of the word. I jumped in because thought he used it according to the dictionary. (Seems funny to me now)
THAT was ditzy... to not see her attack on his assumed racism, when I jumped in to show her how he knew the wordís meaning. I was in the middle of waking up. And yup - dumb things can be thought and said by me in that state.
So I think she is her own victim. I wasnít exactly collateral damage, but I did get a giggle out of my lapse of reason. if thatís the way you think when you are pregnant
Do you think Iím always less reasonable? Itís so nice how people treat others who are wrong or lapse in judgement at times. Canít let people be wrong on the internet, now, can we? and are in an almost constant state of pregnancy how do you think you ďgenerally make more senseĒ than anyone
Thatís an interesting way to interpret things. 🤔
So basically if Iím ever a ditz no one should ever consider me worth talking to? Because I better not be. Have you ever caught yourself behaving in such a way that you think - wow - good thing I am usually sharper than that?
Thanks for setting me straight, though. I assume you only take your best brains online, and never have to acknowledge a mistake or the reason for it...
I didnít use the victim word to describe myself. I think she is her own victim. Sometimes Iím mine.