Sometimes I have an inclination to compare something to some other time in the past when I took a particular course of action.
For example, if I was talking about referring to a time in the past that I asked a question, I might use a relative clause "Als ich dich zuletzt gefragt habe"
But if I also simultaneously want to express a comparison to that relative clause using "als", I don't see a way of doing that grammatically.
Example sentence: "You were angrier than the last time I asked"
My brain spits out "als als", which seems ungrammatical and I falter until I can reword it.
The only thing I can think of that sounds reasonable would be something like "als damals, als"
Is there a preferred way of handling this situation fluently?