Nice appeal to authority you got here. Without any examples, one could even say I know everything there is to know about Alexander.
Go home and google “how to make an argument” before making such ridiculous statements again.
Unlike your opening comment, I did not confuse opinions for facts. So in a logic sense, your statements are even more bizarre.This comment is so bizarre and over-the-top that I honestly don't even know how to respond to it. May I ask what sources you're using to base these opinions on?
Truth be told, I merely gave my opinion – that Alexander is a historical outlier- and supported it with argument. All my claims, I would argue, are closely supported by facts. Some of which (like Alexander’s youth, risk-taking, temper-tantrums, and close affiliation to his mother) I would also argue are common knowledge. So unless you have some counter examples to show, I see no reason to divulge into the source material. Return to me when you’re ready to have an unfiltered view of who Alexander really is.