The following quotes are from Mark on his is from his list..
Here is the whole list
I will now go through each point:MarKr wrote: ↑22 Nov 2020, 14:20
That depends...are you willing to act like an adult and:
- start using logical arguments?
- accept that proofs have more weight than your feelings?
- stay on topic instead of jumping from one to another?
- consider that what others tell you might be right, instead of dismissing them outright when they disagree with you?
- stop coming up with nonsense conspiration theories?
- stop lying about me being unfair to you from the start?
- stop lying about being punished for criticising the game?
- stop twisting what I said?
It depends on what you mean with "logical arguments". In my mind, my arguments are logical. So I say YES, that I will use logical arguments.- start using logical arguments?
Yes I can accept proofs over my feelings of the game.- accept that proofs have more weight than your feelings?
I also want to suggest that if Mark is going to hate people who express their experience and feeling about the game, and instead only want corsix-proofs, then he should be clear to the community that people are not allowed to express what they feel about the game at all in this forum.
People should then only be allowed to express themselves if they can present evidence of every single statement with corsix.
I try to stay as much on each topic as possible, that is what I trying to do now by creating this post and going through each single demand on your list. I can say "yes" that I will keep try to stay on each topic as much as possible.- stay on topic instead of jumping from one to another?
I don't know any example where I haven't.
I see this as an very emotional accusation towards me from Marks part, and I don't agree on this fallacy that I behave this way. I am stubborn, yes, but so is Mark for what I've seen.consider that what others tell you might be right, instead of dismissing them outright when they disagree with you?
NEVER have I've seen or hear him consider that what I say might be right. Instead, it feels like he always disagree, no matter what I say.
I can say "yes" to that I as a person am able to admit when I'm wrong. Is mark capable of that?
Sure.stop coming up with nonsense conspiration theories?
I can say "yes" that I won't lie about anything.stop lying about me being unfair to you from the start?
"A lie is an assertion that is believed to be false, typically used with the purpose of deceiving someone"
It is not a "lie" that my experience with Mark from the start was unfair. This was my honest experience.
The first thing he texted me was a warning, which I thought was unfair, BECAUSE he was more strict with me and less strict with others in that conversation breaking same rules/simulair rules. <-- This is a logical explination on WHY I experience it to be unfair btw, since Mark asked/demanded logical answers from me.
Further, I don't think Mark was rude towards me when he and me tested the BETA together 1v1, but I don't think he was that open minded. It felt more like he was 100% convinced that there was no unbalance in the BETA stage, and that he wanted to "prove" it to me when we tried it out, rather than just trying it together and looking through things objectivly and discuss it.
Again, I am not lying. But if Mark is completely convinced that this was not the case, then I am willing to accept it at the moment, we'll see if there is any truth to it in the conversation with him. I guess "yes", lol.stop lying about being punished for criticising the game?
Yes I won't twist anything you say in purpose.stop twisting what I said?
When can we have the call?