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probably if I ask about how insurance pays in case of a natural disaster I will be accused of wanting to flood my own house to take advantage of the poor insurance companies[...]I am sure you are all geniuses. Just keep in mind that when it happens to you, you had it coming.
You are overly sensitive and over-reacting.

We have told you that what you envision occurring will not be feasible. We have told you there is risk to figuring out how to work around agreements - either risk to closing or risk to financing. We have repeatedly told you that as a new home buyer you don't understand the implications of what it is you insist is possible to do.

I think people's frustration stem from the fact that you keep reformulating the same question in multiple ways although it has been answered very thoroughly multiple times by people who are industry experts. And you take rejection of your proposal as a personal affront.
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