|The denial is absolute in this one.|
For others with the capacity to be reasonable, please look at slide #4 and decide for yourself if the arrow for BullDozer starts in 2010. I say it does and CJ has repeatedly called me a liar for saying so.
This is not my slide, this is not xbitlab's slide, this is AMD's slide from their 2009 Financial Day presentation.
Would a reasonable person look at this slide and conclude the arrow is positioned in 2010? Probably at the start of Q4? Should someone be called a liar for drawing that conclusion? Is it only an opinion?
How should we describe a person who insisted it says nothing of the sort?
There are other examples of where you called me a liar after similar documentation proved you wrong. You insisted there were no schedule changes after a certain date. I presented another AMD statement with a schedule change after the date you claimed. Your only recourse was to again call me a liar in the face of AMD's own statements. Do I need to bring up that discussion as well? When you couldn't present any data whatsoever to refute any of AMD's own statements you ran off and hid. Now you're back calling me a liar again with no data of your own to present.
As I've said a couple of times already, I'd much prefer to not post here but if you're going to continue to make false statements about me I'm going to continue to correct them.
Why not just drop it?