I can admit when I am wrong
So I spoke (PM'd actually) with Fatabot and came to an understanding of things. Both of our reactions were made as misunderstandings. There were things I did not realize, certain variables I was not privy to. I'm man enough to admit when I was wrong, and I was most definitely wrong. The best way to explain why I responded the way I did, is probably the I did to Fatabot in part of the message I sent him.
"Why did I blow up like I did? Because I'm so sick and tired of seeing Christians persecuted, but even more so because of the current political climate where Christians are being persecuted more and more these days. I refuse to be one of those Christians who just lay down and take it up the rear.
I do genuinely owe you an apology and I do offer it. I have way too much stress in my life for someone my age and I guess the thought that someone would be trying to silence me for my Christian beliefs was kinda the icing on the cake. My only regret is that you got caught in the cross hairs. Whether you apologize to me for singling me or not is irrelevant. My offense to you was even greater and taught me a little something about tolerance. My only hope is that my actions have not hindered anyone elses' relationship to or with Christ."
My only request guys to prevent situations like this, regardless of fault, is if someone asks for guidance, just offer it. What does it hurt to just say "this is how you do it"?
As I stated in the string of posts, I have no problem reading through a series of posts on a thread... if I didn't I would know how to paint my emblems properly... nor would I have known that in prepping the emblems you can use bleach or a combination of Acetone with another chemical.
I humbly offer my apologies to anyone who might have been offended and I admit I was wrong in how I responded.