My, my, someone decided to take off their pants before sitting in the sandbox today.
And somehow you
didn't understand that my post was a generalization with a tongue-in-cheek reference to your post.
Let's look at this very closely and carefully. Let's look at the post in question. We can get into your PMS-induced rageathon in a moment.
1. Who cares about trash threat as long as a tank has it?
I'll give it a try though, but bear in mind it's just a wild shot in the dark.
The other tank.
Now why would this be? Why would you make such a statement when you were clearly dismissing the initial grab, according to your most recent post? Your post here would indicate that you seem to think the other tank (I can only assume you're referencing whomever is NOT a monk) would be slighted by the fact that he/she isn't engaged in some activity.
Sarcasm aside, you flatly state that tank B cares if tank A has control of the trash. Am I mistaken here? Because this looks pretty cut-and-dry to me.
You mention the OP was looking at a specific situation in regards to his monk co-tank stealing threat at the start of a pull. That's been addressed. But by this point in the conversation, we're no longer talking about that, are we? The moment Fang made that statement, it became a generalization; he is speaking about tanks vying for threat in general.
I know it's hard to grasp, but I have faith in you. I'll go slowly here, because you seem to have trouble with specific concepts: Conversations in a topic flow and change direction. When I responded to this specific post, I wasn't responding to the topic in general.
I was responding to your specific post. My post was a generalization, but it was a specific response.
Don't make a post unless you can handle a response to it. Clearly, you cannot handle it.