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Posted 6/11/16
So I was thinking about this why are so many butt-hurt if someone has a different opinion then your own?
Like you think overnight I am going agree? "love the person hate their lifestyle" you do not have to agree not asking you to? But do not think you can change my opinions or thoughts on varied topics nope.
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Posted 6/11/16 , edited 6/11/16
You could change if you get to know what might feel, look, taste, smell good about it and why.
The reason of why other people are doing such a thing.
But maybe also to know your own likings that might not have been know before or just not put in the same way.

Like "You need the right key to open the right door"
and now a new world view

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I can't agree any harder with this picture
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Posted 6/11/16 , edited 6/11/16
I love hearing other people's, sometimes more informed and comprehensive, perspectives on topics.

Because most of mine aren't completely set in stone.

If they're civil about it, I might even be inclined to learn something from them.
Posted 6/11/16
Keep on topic or do not respond read topic!
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Posted 6/11/16
What is topic?
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Posted 6/11/16

VZ68 wrote:

What is topic?


ck's opinions being right and true and without recourse of redress.

However, that's only an opinion, and you're free to disagree as long as you don't actually try to change ck's mind about anything, since that's impossible. "Hate the person, hate their lifestyle" and all that.
Posted 6/11/16

VZ68 wrote:

What is topic?


Looks like you can't read? it is a topic on different opinions other than your own try reading or do not respond really
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Posted 6/11/16 , edited 6/11/16

ck1west wrote:

Keep on topic or do not respond read topic!


You know, as silly as that user's image response was, I'd say that also was rather on topic, given the nature of many people to alienate others for not thinking like they do.

And no, I didn't just say that for a pun, although being an intelligent lifeform from another galaxy would be a very extreme case of cultural shunning.
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Posted 6/11/16

ck1west wrote:


VZ68 wrote:

What is topic?


Looks like you can't read? it is a topic on different opinions other than your own try reading or do not respond really


What are you trying to say here?
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Posted 6/11/16

TRKitsune wrote:


ck1west wrote:

Keep on topic or do not respond read topic!


You know, as silly as that user's image response was, I'd say that also was rather on topic, given the nature of many people to alienate others for not thinking like they do.


I agree.

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Posted 6/11/16
There's a point people draw for themselves that dictates how much they care about the people around them. It makes one quite apathetic, if not sadistic, if one draws that line too close to oneself.

What do I care if he values his life?

Should I care how another feels? What they think?

It is normal for humans to experience some empathy, or we'd carve into people both physically and emotionally just to see the kinds of faces they'd make. Wondering what the other will think, will behave, will feel is the basis of human quantum cognition that makes cooperation possible.

Often people use this dismissive excuse, this 'what do you care what I think?' to coddle their beholden beliefs and precarious little feelings--as they have no reasoning to defend it nor ability to place their stubborn pride aside to lay it in defeat.

If we stopped to comfort every person in our path--then we wouldn't walk a step. If we were so apathetic not to give even a dime of consideration towards the mind of others--then we'd leave bodies in our wake with not a bat of an eye.

Do people care too much about others to the detriment of themselves? Certainly. Do people care too little about others to the detriment of those others? Certainly.

What is deigned 'too little/much' is contextually arguable.

People can come to care too much about the minds of others, but then you have people that care too much for their own...

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Posted 6/11/16 , edited 6/11/16

TRKitsune wrote:
You know, as silly as that user's image response was
why saying "that user"?

Also opinions could change with time, from a different jobs to different lifestyles.
Its quite hard to have 1 main opinion about 1 thing,
but sometimes its good to have that line so you keep your head above water.
Posted 6/11/16

PrinceJudar wrote:

There's a point people draw for themselves that dictates how much they care about the people around them. It makes one quite apathetic, if not sadistic, if one draws that line too close to oneself.

What do I care if he values his life?

Should I care how another feels? What they think?

It is normal for humans to experience some empathy, or we'd carve into people both physically and emotionally just to see the kinds of faces they'd make. Wondering what the other will think, will behave, will feel is the basis of human quantum cognition that makes cooperation possible.

Often people use this dismissive excuse, this 'what do you care what I think?' to coddle their beholden beliefs and precarious little feelings--as they have no reasoning to defend it nor ability to place their stubborn pride aside to lay it in defeat.

If we stopped to comfort every person in our path--then we wouldn't walk a step. If we were so apathetic not to give even a dime of consideration towards the mind of others--then we'd leave bodies in our wake with not a bat of an eye.

Do people care too much about others to the detriment of themselves? Certainly. Do people care too little about others to the detriment of those others? Certainly.

What is deigned 'too little/much' is contextually arguable.

People can come to care too much about the minds of others, but then you have people that care too much for their own...



quoted from judar - Should I care how another feels? What they think?
so now you want me to care how another feels for having a different opinion really, this does not mean I have not read your view points?
I am simply saying I disagree.
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