“ If you'd just come out and plainly state what your issue is, we can address it.
Otherwise, you'll continue to be completely opaque.”
You made the claim that Pathfinder invented slot affinities, I was pointing out that that wasn’t true.
I said that Pathfinder condensed and standardized ability score increasing items to be belts for physical ability scores and headbands for mental ability scores instead of having ability score boosting items used in various slots, some of which came into conflict as in the case of Constitution and Wisdom both wanting the neck slot.
If I were arguing about Pathfinder inventing body slot affinities, I wouldn't have linked to all of the items from D&D 3.5 that do not exist because they were replaced by belts and headbands in Pathfinder in the first place.