Since I’m new to the English language and I have a learning disability and have a difficult time understanding things. I saw a Social Media argument (will give the full conversation to show), and I am hoping that a person breaks down this sentence “At least, that's how you're coming across to the rest of us.” in that argument I’m providing below.
It goes with this:
Person1: Words are immaterial. How does an Atheist account for words? Words have no shape, colour, length or width.
Person2: It's a moderately funny quip. That's all.
Person1: You still haven’t answered.
Person2: I don't know where to start. First off, you don't know what atheism means. I suggest the Oxford English Dictionary as a starting point. It doesn't mean you don't believe in immaterial concepts. Of course not. I suspect you're a timewaster, though. Have a great day and life.
Person1: What are immaterial concepts to an Atheist? I suspect you don't know.
Person1: She blocked me. Afraid of the truth I suspect.
And then a third person steps in:
Person3 to Person1: No, pretty sure she blocked you because you were responding in bad faith, and being extremely insufferable. At least, that's how you're coming across to the rest of us. Do better. There are a lot of truth lovers who won't put up with your shit, and they shouldn't.
Person2 to Person3: I blocked him out of boredom.
Person3: Blocking is such a great feature.
If someone can explain that sentence for me in context of that conversation, that would be great!