Christ, what the hell did I miss...
I go out for 1 frakkin day, and you guys come up with an argument spanning everything from racism to capitalism.
I mean, I'm awed by your dedication to the topic (and your chosen side), but…
I think it's better to close this off. Or better yet, put some restrictions.
I mean, sure, there's lots of things wrong with the world and your lives, and there should be a place to vent it out. That's all fine and dandy.
But you see, every single one of you are, if I may quote @joe_galindez,
Hell, even I am.
Every time we try arguing something from our point of view, there's always a bias to it. No matter what you say, or what you try to say, we'll never get to the objective POV.
And if it comes from the collective negativity of human beings? There's a hell lot of bias everywhere.
And when someone's opinion clashes with yours...the bias starts flying everywhere, claws come out, and the moderators have a hell of a time wrestling with their inner consciences. If they have one.
And of course, when your opinion gets hurt, you get hurt. Sending out your opinion on the Internet is like letting your child go through a slaughterhouse, with clearly identifiable slaughterers.
And when people get hurt...they lash out. They think about nothing else but slamming others until they feel that they are compensated.
And the cycle repeats.
(Sorry for bringing up a conversation that should, by all means, be put down.)
Anyways. My thing to bitch about.
I still can't bike. Or rollerblade. Or skateboard.
Like, huwhat? How do you equally shift your weight on a moving pedestal (pedestals in the case of rollerblades) without falling?
Honestly, I'm scared of biking Or any other form of transportation that involves balance.