In English grammar, the Present Tense does suggest a rule, in addition to a habit.
Perhaps you might like to learn about the eight present tenses which the English language has before you start trying to give lessons in grammar? You might look slightly less stupid if you did. There is no such thing in English as “the Present Tense”. The primary use of the present simple tense is to talk about permanent situations and states; it can also be used to talk about some habits. The present continuous tense is used to talk about actions which are happening now or around now, as well as about certain habits. We can use the present simple to give rules but we can also use two other tenses for that same task. I think it is best that we don’t go into those two other tenses, or any of the other five present tenses, now: you’re clearly still struggling with the concept of English having more than one present tense.
Your posts now suggests the it is a Polish habit to use tombstones as door steps.
My posts clearly state “Some Poles ….” and “This particular tombstone …”. I do not say a single word suggesting that it is a Polish habit. I say that it is a habit of some Poles. Either you are too stupid to understand simple English (rather unlikely given that you claim to have graduated from a Canadian university) or you are lying when you say that my post suggests what it states the opposite of.
Since you claim this, and since this is not true that makes you a liar.
As has been clearly established above, my posts do not claim that, I do not claim that and you have been clearly demonstrated to be a liar. And a particularly pathetic one too.
That still doesn't mean that Poles have a habit of using tombstones as door steps.
Quite so. Which is why I have never made any statement stating or implying that Poles do have such a habit. But do feel free to carry on lying about what I said.
will you remain an anti-Polish bigot for the rest of your life, which began as such as unfortunate, as you put it, "accident"?
Would you care to quote the post in which I say that my birth, or the location of my birth, was an unfortunate accident? Or would you prefer to concede that you are simply telling yet another of your pathetic lies?
As for being anti-Polish, I like some Poles (I ever love a couple of them), I dislike some Poles and I hate some Poles. To some I have no feelings at all. That is all because I treat Poles, as I treat every other nationality, sexuality, religion and race, as individuals. Please feel free to carry on treating people differently because of their nationality, sexuality, religion and race, keep telling us about “those stupid n*ggers; and “those damn faggots” and “the f*cking yids” (do excuse me for reproducing quotes of what you no doubt say when you’re out drinking with your bigot buddies).