I could see how someone might interpret that if they had no reading comprehension skills. I told you the artistic direction I was trying to go for ie the sort of stream of consciousness thought cloud as the character realises his last line of quixotic hopeful defence has been broken and now reality has taken its place, and I was specifically asking for advice on the delivery of such a piece. Your advice hasn't had anything to do with the advice I wanted because your advice was 'don't do that' ie you completely missed what I was trying to pull off stylistically, after god and I repeatedly explained it to you.

If you bothered to read the rest of the /lit/ thread you'd know how gracious I was with feedback and constructive criticism; I'm struggling to be so with you because you completely missed the point, several times over.