I know you are, but what am I.
That’s the timbre of your retorts.
Hmm? I suppose by this, you are saying that my responses to your posts are childish. Perhaps. In our exchanges, like an inquisitive child, I have asked you several questions about your understanding of certain word definitions. And like a parent who doesn't know the answers you have tried diversion and distraction. Should I conclude that you have no understanding of the words you use, or perhaps your understanding is inchoate and with time and study you will be able to express it?
Google furnishes facts, sometimes, so if it's facts you crave, Google it.
So I googled, "How does Mikeyavelli define humor and politically correct", and only found this:
Mikeyavelli wrote: ... I don't vote for a president based on his sense of humor. ... the right to speak his own mind, whether politically correct or not; IS free speech.
It seems Google cannot supply me with the facts on Mikeyavelli's definitions of humor and politically correct. Sad.
I use facts at my leisure.
Do you mean, you only use facts when it's convenient for you, otherwise...what do you use?
I won't be put to task.
So you don't feel obliged to explain what you mean when you say things, so we must be satisfied with whatever we conclude?
Miss Vickie was Tiny Tim's unfortunate bride.
That's the problem with only relying on one's memory. Google helped me find "Miss Yvonne, the Most Beautiful Woman in Puppet Land."
Guess Pee Wee Herman didn’t even use the old popcorn box trick in the movie theater.
Creepy, but no where near as creepy as Wacko Jacko.
I never was that big a fan of Michael Jackson's music, but I liked his dance moves quite a bit. Imagine how shocked I was when I found out he stole the moonwalk from Josh Futturman (who stole it from MJ (who stole it from Josh Futturman (who stole it from MJ (who...))))