I'm sure i would. I understand the disconnect between online ranting and real life.
. . . overbearing, thin-skinned, irascable SOB . . .
they are not one and the same person.
'tis no wonder you have no one you consider a friend with an outlook such at that as you have just described.
Friendships have to be watered and cared for, you think people carry around a scorecard. (Some people do, I know, but they are nobody's friend.)
Who can you call at 3AM to explain that you are going to be released from the ER in about twenty minutes, that your keys have been lost in the taxi accident you were in about six hours ago and you need a place to lie down until the locksmith arrives at your apartment at about 10AM??
I can name four people, not in my building.
Oh, and ten times that number of people who could call me.
Joe(how about you?)Nation
Foofie wrote:Self-centered, entitled, Machiavellian. This might be a result of liberal egalitarian brain washing?
I'm afraid those are universal human constants to be found in just about every society, regardless of whether or not there is any of the brain washing of which you speak.
It's always seemed odd to me. Here's my rule: Never type anything to anybody that you wouldn't say face to face in a crowded bar.
If you type something to me that I know you would be too chickenshit to say to my face in a crowded bar (with the resulting face punch) I thumbdown down your post and put you on ignore.
Several people (no names) are owed punches in the face as far as I am concerned.
Hey, I'm organizing a meet-up in New York!!
Joe(no ulterior motives)Nation
I just believe the "egalitarian brain washing" affords many a rationale that gives a patina of ethicalness to the self-centered, entitled, Machiavellian behavior!
Foofie wrote:I just believe the "egalitarian brain washing" affords many a rationale that gives a patina of ethicalness to the self-centered, entitled, Machiavellian behavior!
Sort of like in Animal Farm, "Some animals are more equal than others"?
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CalamityJane wrote:they are not one and the same person.
they were however responsible for activity on more than two accounts - JTT's comment is correct