More fallacies. Not only are you continuing the same erroneous argument, but you are now trying to say that somehow vinegar is safer without referencing any facts.
The LD50 of acetic acid (vinegar) consumed orally is 3,310mg/kg which is lower than that for Glyphosate at 4,000mg/kg. Thus, technically glyphosate is relatively safer to consume. http://www.sciencelab.com/msds.php?msdsId=9922769
But again, I never recommended doing so. Nor is that the way you fully assess safety. But not just that, it is a stupid argument and smacks of anti-science rhetoric and flat out ignorance.
And no, this thread isn't just about vinegar. I never raised glyphosate. I actually originally commented to state what vinegar and salt does as a herbicide and how it won't be effective in a lot of situations because of how it works. When someone else raised the tired trope of glyphosate safety I then corrected that. You are now trying to continue the tired trope.