Unfortunately, making a comment in an online discussion forum invites discussion. I read a post you make, think “that’s wrong, here’s why”, then I type it. If you just wanted to make a slick jab and leave, you didn’t need to respond to me when I responded to you. Or to my response to that, or the one after that. If you don’t want a discussion, and don’t care to convince me, and think there’s no point to this whatsoever, what exactly are you doing here?
Is it just how you cope with the loss of the downvote feature? Make any reply, no regard for quality or coherence as long as it conflicts what’s been said, and then renounce all responsibility for the exact content of it because you “don’t intend to have a discussion”? That really does fit with how you’ve been posting so far, considering how quick you were to jump between lines of thought in the earlier replies.
But that isn’t how it works. Ideas are not above criticism just because you don’t feel like defending them. I don’t need you to ask me or give permission for me to argue against what you’re saying. As long as you maintain some point of view that I disagree with, or say something ridiculous that I feel like commenting on, I still have reason to answer with whatever reply occurs to me. And if you want to respond to me in turn, then that invites me to answer yet again. Like it or not, that’s a discussion. Calling it something else is a poor excuse for all the halfhearted rambling you put into it, and it isn’t going to fool anyone.
If you just want to type your clever thoughts on something, safe from dissent and absolved of all criticism, I suggest simply writing them in a notepad next time rather than posting them publicly.