I should ignore you the minute you throw 'strawman' into the conversation as you know you're up against a dumb conversation when people starting throwing around terms like that. However, I said normally. Not every time. If we need statistics in here and facts on percentage of side effects and complications, why aren't you posting them instead of saying what I said is flawed. I'm sure you have some sort of logical fallacy like a strawman you can use for what you did there. "What you said is likely wrong and weakens the post but I'm not going to post anything that says otherwise" - It's like the people who comment about someone spelling incorrectly or using grammar incorrectly and then do it themselves in the sentence telling the person about it.