If it wants a relationship with [HAL}, then why do[es HAL] have to call in order for that relationship to happen?
Again, he doesn't. I never claimed that he did.
Naturally, nobody "has" to do something, if no particular goal is specified. So Mooby picked the interpretation of HAL's post that made the least sense, knowing that it would dodge the intent of HAL's question.
Let me spell this out super clear for you.
The "question" that you posed is Question 2. Question 2 was a reply to a claim that I never made.
My response to Question 2 will always be in the negative as I never made the claim the question assumes.
Question 2 was a reply to a response I made to Question 1. Question 1 is this:
How long before it contacts me Mooby?
To which my answer was, "I don't know." Then I suggested that if he wanted to find out, he had avenues to pursue.Mooby:
The train to Fakestown comes through this station.HAL:
Mooby, if the train to Fakestown comes through this station, what time should I wait for it?Mooby:
I don't know. Maybe you should call the railroad and ask?HAL:
I thought you said it was coming to me. Is the train playing hard to get?Mooby:
The train comes to everyone at this station. I don't schedule the trains, though, so maybe you should just call?HAL:
If the train is coming here, why do I have to call?Mooby:
You asked when the train will come, and I suggested you be proactive.HAL:
You're making no sense. If the train is going to come, then why do I have to call to make it come? You have no answers. You're a troll.Mooby:
I never said you had to call to make the train come. I am not in charge of the train schedules. Let me spell this out for you in a dozen different ways.Azgardi:
You're ignoring HAL's question. If the train is supposed to come to the station, why should HAL have to call if HAL wants to board the train? That was obviously his intended question. Very sly and dishonest.
*Sigh*I never said that he did.
I said that HAL should call if he wants to know the time
that the train arrives. If he wants to just wait at the station for the rest of his life, that's fine by me.
I also said that HAL should call God if he wants to know the time
that God will contact him. If he wants to just wait around for the rest of his life, that's fine by me.
Next time please read the entire conversation before jumping to conclusions.