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SanSooMan

I look at life as a game, a game in which there are no times outs, substitutions and the clock is always running. Some on this site seem to be spectaters who stand on the sideline playing it safe with no stance. Many on this site, sadly, are losers, indiviuals who want to look like, be like,earn like or be somebody else without the effort. Losers here are easy to find, they make themselves look right by putting others down.

It is easy to be a critic in life, having never really accomplished anything. Drew is right, most of the advice here is pure bullshit by armchair experts! In life, your're either producing the result you promised or your're producing the bullshit as to why you haven't produced the result.
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medici

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SanSooMan wrote:
I look at life as a game, a game in which there are no times outs, substitutions and the clock is always running. Some on this site seem to be spectaters who stand on the sideline playing it safe with no stance. Many on this site, sadly, are losers, indiviuals who want to look like, be like,earn like or be somebody else without the effort. Losers here are easy to find, they make themselves look right by putting others down.

It is easy to be a critic in life, having never really accomplished anything. Drew is right, most of the advice here is pure bullshit by armchair experts! In life, your're either producing the result you promised or your're producing the bullshit as to why you haven't produced the result.


Must be nice to live in a black and white world heavily imbued with the Protestant work ethic handed down from Calvinism. Unfortunately, the real world lies on a spectrum filled with colors including many shades of gray.

It is easier to be a critic. Especially now with the Internet undermining peer review and the ethics of gentlemanly debate in favor of vulgarity and a crowd mentality empowering any idiot hiding behind an alias to engage in their delirium of expertise. As forums go, Dr. Darden's is among the best.

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winstonnmccay

I'm not sure gray or any shade of it is in the color spectrum, and last I checked you cant have gray unless you have black and white.
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the_iron_goose

Kayo, after this guy kindly explains the reasoning behind his bullshit, I can't believe that you would stand in his way.
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kayo wrote:
It is easier to be a critic. Especially now with the Internet undermining peer review and the ethics of gentlemanly debate in favor of vulgarity and a crowd mentality empowering any idiot hiding behind an alias to engage in their delirium of expertise.


That's a strange thing to say for someone using an alias - unless "kayo" is your real name?
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winstonnmccay wrote:
I'm not sure gray or any shade of it is in the color spectrum, and last I checked you cant have gray unless you have black and white.

I think grayscales can be used to define color saturation.

I'm not sure if that tells us anything about life in general though... All I know is I prefer to live it in terms of luminosity.
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Zenontheterrible

I agree with most of what sansoo man is sayin, except maybe categorizing people he's never met as losers. but i agree that its pretty lame and easy to critise others from afar when your own life needs more work.

although i think this forum is honestly better than most, in that its has a lot of real people giving real advice.

I honestly thing that people are usually bigger douche's (er i mean armchair critics) on the internet cause they are such pussies in there own lives... ots easy to stand up to electronic words and imaginary people you'll never meet! haha
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macfit

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kayo wrote:

It is easier to be a critic. Especially now with the Internet undermining peer review and the ethics of gentlemanly debate in favor of vulgarity and a crowd mentality empowering any idiot hiding behind an alias to engage in their delirium of expertise.



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