And most of these are for flaming. *sigh. Gugh I always feel guilty whenever I get baited at Flame Wars. It just feel degradating, you know? Both for me, the subject, and the baiter/flamer/troll.
I know that it is simply – and mainly, a discussion of important issues (religion, philosophy, politics, grammar – yup, grammar is an issue. Apparently if you have typo, your opinions means shit, especially f u use shortcuts. I’m probably exaggerating,) but how can I see it if it is flooded with curses, snarks, and outlandish claims as if theirs are the only truth in the world. And I hate it when the comments are not even connected. (Oh a hate crime t-shirt = God is not real…wtf!? Though discussing morality could lead to it, still, why drag faith into this?}
Truth, once spoken is already biased. I read that once. Can’t remember so I can’t reference.
Whenever I see an article that really gets on my nerves I always have mixed feeling. Would I comment (because their opinions are really stimulating enough that I need to take part on it and apparently it shows how much I care – questionable really) or should I ignore (because it is not directed to me and is obviously just trying to catch attention from poor suckers)
Up until now, I still don’t like commenting on social medias or forums. But that doesn’t mean I don’t have opinions, I just rather talk it out with friends than to faceless anonymous and get lost in the void that is internet. (Also I’m not good at grammar so, um, yeah…)