>I don't value other peoples opinions because
>the vast majority of the time they are ill-informed,
>and lack any thought or logic behind them - is not my problem
>nor does it fall under the scope of manners. It does however fall
>under the scope of politically incorrect, and if anything that must
>mean I'm more right than I thought.
1) You have just defined the very meaning and the psychology of a troll better
than anything I have read online in the last ten years.
2) If you place no value on other peoples' opinions, then you cannot possibly
derive anything from your company on this group, since it is contingent upon
that premise. Nothing anyone here says can mean anything to you since you do
not value their opinions.
As stated: a troll who only comes in to cause furors and annoy people for his
own amusement without any interest in a real conversation.
Hey, Jay...can somebody introduce this guy to the workings of a moderated
He may not like it much, but the thing about not valuing other peoples'
opinions is that it gives them the right not to value yours.
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