Nonetheless, it does not matter in the least what I, personally, am or am not; it matters whether or not you can dismantle my critique of law by employing rational reasoning against my ratiocination. Your are correct up to a point, there is a sense wherein it can justly be said that I should not be here rattling the cages of lesser educated persons, however, it is to jurisprudentially oriented persons which my critical thinking is directed, (they are not as erudite as they pretend to be as per their great legal sapientalities), hence it is my Socratic responsibility to act the part of a horsefly, biting the views of the predominant weltanschauung, to bring that predominant world view to a reflective awareness of the incorrectness of primal presupposition entailed within the jurisprudential intellectual instrumentation. The weakest and most vulnerable portions of any theoretical position is the presupposition(s) contained therein; and, law is a theoretical construct, not an absolute and final, indubitable, approach to doing civilizational civility. You have not been purely civil with me llworking, what's with that!?