And no, this is not an invitation for you to recap the events of this thread as you imagined them. I think we've "all" had enough of your revisionist history.
Maybe some haven't, but yeah, they're the douchebags.
I wonder how the “all” the people, those who who posted their sincere good wishes to you on the first few pages, felt after it became obvious that your OP was just another one of your fantasy charades.
Was is a past tense indicative form of be, meaning “to exist or live,” and is used in the first person singular (I) and the third person singular (he/she/it). You use the past indicative when you're talking about reality and known facts.
Where do we use was and is in a sentence?
Is vs Was: What's the Difference?
Use is if you are talking about a continuous event in the present tense. Use was if you are talking about a continuous event in the past tense.