I am pointing out to you your own character. You seem to be incapable of distinguishing between a valid argument and some random thought that was funny to you, or empty proclamations of the lunacy of your opponent's assertions. These are not arguments; they are wastes of space, and they can only serve so as to aggravate the opponent, which is entirely against decorum, especially on a forum such as this.
My point is this: you have the sudden thought that he might be informed by skepticism; you latch onto it, and state it as if it were fact, never realising that it is simply an assumption. In fact, I can tell you that Descartes diverges quite disastrously from Tradition, and that, Tradition predating Descartes, Eleison is not informed by skeptical arguments, but by - shock horror! - Tradition. A very short and simple act of reasoning has established that your fantasy was incorrect, and that you wasted your own time and ours in deciding that it was meritorious enough to be posted in the middle of a discussion about the nature of reality.
I might go on to say, I have rarely interjected when you have made such assumptions about my own beliefs or character, except when those assumptions have stood in the way of our discussion. Regardless, you have committed this folly repeatedly, and I think it only right that you should be hauled up on it before you get yourself knocked out in an argument over a pint.