Why are you telling someone to stop responding? It's also interesting that you seem to be guilty of what you are accusing her.
Actually, I'm puzzled about why he would think there is something inappropriate with my not putting forth "axioms".
The definition is: "(logic) a proposition that is not susceptible of proof or disproof; its truth is assumed to be self-evident".
I haven't put forward any propositions assumed to be self-evident. Why would I? In fact, I'm utterly puzzled why anyone who knew the definition of "axiom" would have ever accused anyone of "...sidetracking into uninteresting axioms." as Frogbyte did in Sun Sep 19, 2010 9:19 pm. Based on his two posts using the word, I strongly suspect he simply doesn't know what the word means.
FWIW: That he may not find what I write interesting doesn't bother me. I find what he writes rather peculiar and disconnected. But since you seem to be responding, I would hardly suggest he doesn't have a right to post. Presumably, if he wanted a conversation with you alone, and you wanted that as well, you two would have this discussion by email instead of on a forum that permits many people to subscribe. That would cut me out, right?
But that doesn't seem to be what's going on, is it?