The model I used (conservative risk-free rates; scenarios to handle risk; and understanding that reinvestment isn't a cash flow out of the business) is standard and uncontroversial.
Your "good-faith comments" involved things like reversing the sign of earnings growth, counting increases in book value as cash flows, and, when confronted with your own reference, claiming you had not reversed the sign after all.
Nevertheless, I gave you several tries and even waded through your reference to point out where you had gone wrong in the algebra. In return you did nothing but shift from one story to another.
"Troll" means a person who posts on a message board for no purpose other than to start (and maintain) heated, pointless arguments. The behavior is common enough, in case you thought your courtroom blather was something original, or that it would fly here.