Yes, I gathered you'd say as much. Attempt to degrade my argument by pointing out I'm not well known and you (apparently) are, therefore your argument automatically is superior to mine. (This seems to be acceptable logic on numerous forums, not just TribalWars).
You then follow up by stating you don't have to prove anything, which is another incredibly weak point. You're not a religion, people aren't going to believe you just because you say something - they're going to (for the most part) need some proof. Though, again, I gathered you'd say as much, hence my "he-said she-said" comment in the previous post.
Truth is an odd thing. If you keep telling yourself a lie often enough it sometimes appears to be the truth. I'm going to go ahead and find mynameisluke's version of the "truth" more reliable/persuasive, and assume since you both know "the truth", that you're agreeing with mynameisluke, and we can end this rather pointless debate here.
You might want to find some better posting "technique" though. It appears that incompetency on the forums is survivable early on, but it does tend to have an impact later in the game; as does being seen as an untrustworthy tribe who breaks their agreements (without reason).
I shall eagerly await your next (rather shoddy) attempt at degrading my argument, though really I care too little to get involved in a drawn out debate. My point was simply that trust is a valuable thing later in the game, and it may do you well to show proof why you broke your agreements, otherwise people may actually begin to doubt your tribe's trustworthiness.
This man speaks the truth! wow you just got verbally destroyed (Bcardi).
Save yourself the embarrassment and stop posting.
And no: i actually have no idea who he is.