Originally Posted by sdurani
You can't find a post of me saying "using economic demand as a verb is correct"
I never claimed that all those people used the word incorrectly
That's a clear admission by you that "Consumers demand (VERB) Supply chain Transparency" is correct. The logic is inescapable.
Therefore, since you logically admit that "Consumers demand (VERB) Supply chain Transparency" is correct, and you ALSO said,
People can demand anything they want
a simple substitution of "realism" for "Supply chain Transparency" shows that you admit that "Consumers demand realism" is correct. You're attempting these silly evasions of logic. It would be as if I said "Fred is younger than Sam", and you said "that's correct", and I said "so you're saying Sam is older than Fred", and you say "I never said that! You can't quote me saying that, and it's not true unless you find such a quote!". I don't need to. The logic is obvious.
His posts indicate a clear desire for realism via HFR.
But never demanded anything
More illogic from you. You're saying that "Consumers demand Supply chain Transparency" is wrong (thereby contradicting yourself) because they "never demanded anything".Edited by RobertR - 12/20/13 at 8:25am