whyterabbyt wrote:Patton wrote:So gift is only "permanent" when Christmas = false and analogy = ignored.
Now you're just babbling. I'll repeat, since it seems hard for you. If something is described as a 'christmas gift' dont expect it to be available forever; the description implies a short-term offer. That's the only assertion I made. And no analogy came with it.
Anything else you want to conjure out of that, it comes from your own imagination, so you might as well make your cryptic and incoherent comments to yourself, not me. K'thx,bye.
Actually, you argued that Christmas is temporary and thus, the offer. The description doesn't imply a short term offer, given that gifts are usually permanent. Which is probably why you made a snide remark about "Christmas" and not "gift".
Plus the fact that NI "gifts" from earlier years weren't yanked after a few months...