"You're still stomping your feet and throwing a fit rather than admitting that your OPINION is not the same thing as a FACT." My opinion is based on the laws I fall under. You are stomping your feet and saying that the dictionary is your legal proof, which it is far from. I have cited the legal definition and told you the accepted international law, but you cling to your "common use" excuse. "Ain't" is in common use in many parts of the country and in the dictionary, but that doesn't make it correct.
Fear the man who has one gun, for he knows how to use it.