|In reply to Comment 122 (Alkis Tsapanidis):|
What did I lie about? You claimed that I had said that the ROM was not possible to read from, I didn't. Look again, I even talked about ROM dumping.
Sure, I had the incorrect interpretation that applications was restricted from direct access to the ROM. Björn Hagström corrected me and I gratefully thanked him for pointing out my error and giving me a detailed explanation on how ROM access on the Amiga works.
Yes, I didn't know this specific technical detail. So? The thread was about legal issues concerning ROM dumping and this little minor detail did not even make one bit of a difference to the subject.
Regarding the ROM dumping interface, I had just read about such things while researching the legal issues surrounding ROM dumping which was an assumption made out of insufficient knowledge about it. Yes, it was wrong and I've admitted to it already. All I'm saying here is that I didn't simply make it up, I had read about it and reading has always been a great way of learning for me. I had come to the wrong conclusions, I'm deeply sorry, Mr. I've-never-been-wrong-in-my-entire-life.
Anyway, what is your point with all this, Alkis? How come you drag this more than a year old issue back up again? How is any of this supposed to make you more right in THIS thread, today? What does your supposedly "samface made an erranous statement once in his life on the 12th of April 2002" link got to do with anything?
Read after me:
SLANDERING DOES NOT AN ARGUMENT FOR YOUR CAUSE MAKE.
Like I've said so many times before, it's pathetic and only the act of a desperate man to start throwing mud when you've run out of real arguments. This is so obvious, Alkis. Instead, why not just try to counter argue like the smart person you claim to be rather than degrading yourself to the level of personal attacks and slander?