Yes I do ignore some of your questions that in my own estimation constitute a red-herring. You do the same, it's the way debates go. However, you cannot deny that your central argument that underlies most of your posts on JWD is capsulated in this selected quote of yours:
Contrarily, there is considerable indication the Bible is a mess as a document.
No amount of questioning can change this central tenet of yours.
Similarily, the facts are that 99% of all ancient NT manuscripts agree with each. Furthermore, once the 1% Alexandrian manuscripts are eliminated, there is virtually 100% biblical agreement. These examples span thousands of years and several continents.
These are facts easily verified. You cannot change these facts no matter how much you would like to. These are facts that disprove your claim. There is nothing that you can do to change the fact that your claim is disproven.
You can continue to promote your demonstrateably false conclusions all you want to. And, in my spare time I will continue to point out their illogicallness and baselessness.
I respect the fact that you were severly hurt by the WT, as we all were. I would just point out that the WT steadfastly holds to their views in spite of facts as well.
Personally, I like to find out if I'm wrong about something. It is liberating.
Again, I ask, where was I dishonest?
Edited to add: a few examples easily researched do not constitute a "mess of a document"